Below you can hear interviews with each of the 10 Democratic candidates for governor. The Wisconsin primaries are on August 14th, 2018. Name: Tony Evers Age: 66 Current occupation: State Superintendent of Public Instruction Where he lives: Madison January 2018 campaign finance report Campaign website: https://www.tonyevers.com/ “We have to change the dialogue in our state to […]
There are three characteristics Kelda Roys says she possesses that sets her apart from other contenders in Wisconsin’s gubernatorial race: she’s a proud progressive on the issues, able to build a strategic coalition, and ready to be governor on day one. Carousel Bayrd speaks with Kelda Roys, a small business owner, former state representative, and attorney currently […]
Patty Peltekos speaks with the two candidates running for the District 15 seat on the Dane County Board of Supervisors, Brent Renteria and Steven Peters. The third candidate, Joseph Ryan, whose name will still appear on the primary ballot, has dropped out of the race. Topics discussed included the Dane County Manure Handling Facility (the […]
On August 14, 2018, Wisconsin holds its primaries for partisan elected office. The Democratic field seeking to replace two-term incumbent Scott Walker now numbers 13 declared and 3 filed candidates, bringing the total to 16. Candidates include: Michele Doolan, Tony Evers, Matt Flynn, Andy Gronik, Bob Harlow, Dave Heaster, Mike McCabe, Mahlon Mitchell, Kelda Roys, […]
Monday host Patty Peltekos speaks with the two candidates running to represent Dane County Board’s District 24, Anna Gouker and Tanya Buckingham. They discuss various issues specific to District 24 and the City of Monona, including environmental issues, flooding, and transportation.
Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd speaks with current Representative and gubernatorial candidate Dana Wachs. In his interview, Wachs emphasized the importance of environmental issues to the state of Wisconsin, including hunting rights, CAFOs, water quality, high capacity wells and Foxconn. Other topics discussed include the consequences of Act 10 and educational policy.