In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for governor, we speak with Wisconsin Party candidate Arnie Enz.
Republican US Senate candidate Leah Vukmir is pointing to the Central American migrants moving north through Mexico to call for a southern border wall and tighter US immigration laws.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources may take another look at air quality permits for a Foxconn manufacturing plant if Democrat Tony Evers is elected governor.
With 11 days left until midterm elections, Wisconsin Democrats will get a major signal boost in Milwaukee on Friday with a visit from former President Barack Obama.
On the issue of the economy, the candidates are divided. Walker says that we can find a job for everyone in this state but it does not happen if you're going to raise taxes like Tony Evers is talking about. Evers says the focus should be more local: We have to stop the 'Hail Mary' passes. We have to invest in those young start-ups that are real important in this state.
Transportation funding has been a hot-button issue in the state and on the campaign trail. Walker criticizes Evers for saying that everything is on the table while Evers says that road funding is not a political issue, this is about a safety issue for the state of Wisconsin.
Solutions to the opportunity gap elude leaders from both the major parties. African American student performance in Wisconsin falls far behind that of white students. Now with both candidates staking a claim to be the education governor, Here & Now takes a look at how the candidates address achievement and funding disparities.
Health care is an issue in both the forefront of voters' minds and what the candidates are saying on the trail. Walker says that we can protect people with pre-existing in this state without protecting the failure that is Obamacare. Evers is critical of the governor, saying I'm concerned about making sure that pre-existing conditions don't prevent people from getting good health care.
In our series of interviews with candidates for Secretary of State, we speak with businessman Jay Schroeder. He is running as a Republican in the November 6 general election against incumbent Doug La Follette, a Democrat.
In our series of interviews with candidates for Secretary of State, we speak with incumbent Doug La Follette. He is running as a Democrat in the November 6 general election against businessman Jay Schroeder, a Republican.
Vying for the votes to maintain his seat as Republican representative of the 7th Congressional District, incumbent Sean Duffy dismissed a Medicare for All model of health insurance in favor of one that would put federal dollars in the hands of the states to establish their own health care systems.
Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Tony Evers are meeting for their final debate with the election just over a week away.
In a report released this month, United Nations scientists warned that unless carbon dioxide emissions are cut dramatically, there will be dire consequences with heat, drought, food shortages and severe flooding. But despite high stakes, candidates running to be Wisconsin's next governor or U.S. senator aren't saying much about climate change.
Gov. Scott Walker has sent an open letter to his Democratic challenger Tony Evers charging that he used plagiarized material in state Department of Public Instruction budgets.
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson met with business leaders representing Wisconsin’s manufacturing, hospitality business and farming industries in Waukesha Thursday to discuss the impact the Trump administration’s trade policies are having on their businesses.
In our series of interviews with candidates for the Seventh Congressional seat, we speak with US military veteran Margaret Engebretson. She is running as a Democrat in the November 6 general election against incumbent Congressman Sean Duffy, a Republican, and union steward Ken Driessen, an...
In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for governor, we speak with Libertarian candidate Phillip Anderson, who is also chair of the Libertarian Party of Wisconsin.
La Crosse County voters are being asked their opinions on providing more money to fix roads during the Nov. 6 election and the candidates running for the 94th Assembly District will have much different approaches to the issue depending on who wins.
Years after its passage, Gov. Scott Walker's law that eliminated union rights for most public workers still provokes strong feelings from voters.
President Donald Trump was in central Wisconsin to help rally up Wisconsin Republicans just less than two weeks before Election Day.