This Thursday, Wisconsin officially begins its statewide recount of votes cast in the presidential election. UW-Madison political science professor David Canon talks with Tony about how it’s proceeding, why it’s taking place, and whether Wisconsin’s voting system is susceptible to inaccurate tabulation.
An update on the recount madness. Cameron Bren, Sarah Hopefl, Patrick Waring, and Alejandro Alonso Galva reporting. **Correction: Since the airing of this broadcast more counties have decided to hand count their ballots. 49 counties will now recount their ballots by hand. Up from the reported 48.
It looks like we’re headed for a recount. The Jill Stein and Rocky de la Fuente campaigns have formally requested a statewide recount of all Presidential votes in Wisconsin. They have until tomorrow to send in the $3.5 million dollars the state estimates it will take to hire election workers to count all the votes. […]
In this commentary, Blue Jean Nation’s Mike McCabe discusses the state of the Democratic Party in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s shocking election. What does the party need to change? Will the Republican Party survive a Trump presidency?
Democratic State Representative Chris Taylor joined Tony Castaneda following Election Day to discuss the surprising state and national results, and what the Democratic Party can look to change going forward. Then, Captain Zero stops by for the “Working Class Weather Report.”
(WORT) — Officials from the Montello School District in Marquette County are asking taxpayers for over $1 million a year for the next three years, just to keep their doors open. Cameron Bren reports.