Marisabel Cabrera doesn’t face a Republican challenger in this November’s election, so she’s set to represent the Milwaukee-area District 9 in the state Assembly. Cabrera defeated state Rep. Josh Zepnik in the Democratic primary last week. Multiple women have accused Zepnik of kissing them without their consent at Democratic Party events. The relatively high turnout […]
Wall Street Journal reporter Reid Epstein talks about his recent article about the August 14th primary race. A Republican hasn’t won a primary without the state party’s endorsement since 1978. Vukmir has that endorsement, but the race remains close.
Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd speaks with the Democratic candidates for Lieutenant Governor, former representative Mandela Barnes and Sheboygan businessman Kurt Kober. The candidates talk about their respective backgrounds, motivations for running, and visions for public education and environmental policy. The two will face off in the August 14th primary.
There’s a spring election tomorrow, so host Patty Peltekos delves into the wide expanse of election-related issues in Wisconsin. The basics: How do I vote? Do I need voter identification? Who’s on my ballot? What’s the state referendum about? The abstract: How is voting in Wisconsin different than other states? Will my vote count? What […]
Patty Peltekos speaks with the two candidates running for the District 32 seat on the Dane County Board of Supervisors, Jason Knoll and Jacob Luginbuhl. The two will square off in the April 3rd Spring Election. District 32 contains the City of Verona, as well as some rural parts of Dane County. Issues discussed include […]
Carousel Bayrd speaks with the two candidates vying for Seat 1 on the Madison School Board, Gloria Reyes and Anna Moffit. First she speaks with Peter Opitz, student leader at Middleton High School, about tomorrow’s walkout and rally against gun violence. Students from all four Madison high schools and other area high schools will be […]