Like many other events in the wake of COVID-19, this year’s State of State looked much different. For the first time in state history, Democratic Governor Tony Evers gave the annual address virtually, starting his speech with some lightheartedness on the situation. “Tonight’s speech will take a heckuva lot less time and since you’re watching […]
On Tuesday morning, the New York Times headline: Election officials nationwide find no fraud. The Times contacted top election officials of both parties in every state and found none reported any major voting issues. But the Wisconsin GOP continues to back President Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud in and outside of Wisconsin in a […]
Yesterday, several Madison voters filed a lawsuit asking the court to declare the more than 10,000 absentee ballots returned during last weekend’s Democracy in the Park event legally collected. The lawsuit comes after two prominent Republican lawmakers filed a cease-and-desist letter against Democracy in the Park, claiming without evidence that the event was “illegal” and […]
Last Saturday, voters in Madison headed to over 200 Madison parks to return their absentee ballots or register to vote during the citywide “Democracy in the Park.” But, the event — paid for, organized by, and conducted by the City of Madison’s Clerk’s Office — faced unfounded claims of ballot harvesting from conservative legislative leaders […]
MADISON (WORT) — Thousands rallied against proposed right-to-work legislation this weekend. Helena White was there and asked many union supporters what brought them to the State Capitol on Saturday.
MADISON (WORT) — The Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Labor kicked off the second week of debate on the controversial right-to-work bill. The legislation passed the Wisconsin Senate last week and could be law by the end of the week.