(WORT) — UPDATE, January 8: Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell confirmed Friday afternoon that Rob Dz will be on the ballot in the District One Dane County Board race. Dz was able to correct two signatures previously ruled invalid. Upon further review, McDonell also deemed a third signature compliant bringing the total up to 51, one more than Dz needed to be an official candidate.
(WORT) — GOP Congressman Paul Ryan from Janesville is set to make history this week. He is expected to be the first Wisconsin member of the U.S. Congress to be elected Speaker of the House, is third in line to the presidency.
(WORT) — The University of Wisconsin Madison announced last week that it will not be issuing new student ID cards that would have made it easier for students to vote. Many student groups and officials are criticizing the university for not prioritizing civic engagement. Darien Lamen reports.
MADISON (WORT) — Kristian Knutsen talks to Wisconsin State Journal reporter Molly Beck about the swift end to Walker’s presidential campaign and what’s in store for the next three years of his term as governor.
MADISON (WORT) — During a campaign speech in Las Vegas Monday, Governor Scott Walker promised–if elected president–to eliminate federal employee unions and to push for right-to-work legislation in every state.
MADISON (WORT) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker as a political punching bag during her first campaign stop in Wisconsin. Walker was a convenient foil for Clinton to help demonstrate her focus on addressing income inequality.