Madison, spring 1965 – the race for mayor The polite but partisan mayoral election of 1965 gives the city a clear choice between continuity and change: —Businessman George Hall, […]
WORT FM, Isthmus, The Progressive magazine, Capitol Neighborhoods Inc., Downtown Madison Inc., and Madison Public Library are sponsoring a mayoral candidate debate between Satya Rhodes-Conway and incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin. The event is […]
Madison, spring 1963 – the mayor’s race In 1961, Henry Reynolds was elected mayor over liberal mayor Ivan Nestingen’s top aide, his administrative assistant Bob Nuckles. In 1963, Reynolds is […]
The most significant mayoral campaign of the decade almost didn’t happen. Mayor Ivan Nestingen lead the Kennedy for President Club during the successful Wisconsin primary campaign in 1960, and chaired […]
What will the Madison of tomorrow look like, and who will lead it? As Madison’s longest serving mayor completes his last term, people are lining up for the chance to […]
During an interview with WORT’s Dylan Brogan, Mayor Paul Soglin said his landslide victory this week is affirmation that Madison voters support his populist style of governance.