The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments yesterday for two cases that could significantly restrict Governor Evers’ veto powers. According to the Wisconsin constitution, the governor can issue a complete veto. But the governor can also partially veto specific parts of a bill. That comes with the authority to delete words and numbers, which can […]
Yesterday afternoon, Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd sat down in the studio with Governor Tony Evers to discuss his goals and priorities for the state of Wisconsin. They cover a variety of topics including education, transportation, housing, public health, local government, economic development, and the governor’s recent budget proposals. For today’s episode, we bring you their […]
Governor-elect Tony Evers announced the first of his cabinet today, including his choices for DOA secretary and DNR secretary.The Democrat will be sworn in to office in about three weeks. Evers announced his choices at a press conference in Milwaukee today. He said he hopes they’ll be able to “connect the dots,” between agencies and […]
State Department of Public Instruction leader Tony Evers won the Democratic nomination for governor last night. He pulled ahead of seven other candidates and will take on Governor Scott Walker in the November election. W-O-R-T reporters were on the scene at election night parties last night where Tony Evers celebrated his victory with supporters at […]
Tonight’s Gubernatorial Candidate Forum begins at 7pm.
Earlier this week, Tone Madison published a survey asking the candidates in Wisconsin’s Democratic gubernatorial primary about how, if elected, they would go about supporting the arts in our state. Seven of them got back to us. Since we posted the survey responses straight-up, without any commentary or analysis, we also wanted to step back and have a […]