Green Bay, as well as four other Wisconsin cities, have received funds from a nonpartisan nonprofit in order to make sure the upcoming elections are safe and accessible for voters as the pandemic continues.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court says it won’t hear oral arguments in a lawsuit seeking to purge thousands of voters from the rolls until at least September, raising questions about whether the justices will rule before the Nov. 3 presidential election.
President Donald Trump's re-election campaign is doubling down on the battleground state of Wisconsin this week as pundits say the Badger State is looking like a toss up between the incumbent and Democrat Joe Biden.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission has given final approval to a mailing that will put absentee ballot application forms in the hands of 2.7 million registered voters ahead of the November presidential election.
The ruling was the first of its kind in Wisconsin and the latest in a series of examples across the country where a judge’s actions on social media call into question their ability to fairly consider cases before them.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has blocked the University of Wisconsin System from taking the first steps toward complying with new federal rules that will bolster the rights of those accused of sexual misconduct.
The chief attorney for the Legislature's Reference Bureau says if the person in Gov. Tony Evers staff who recorded a telephone meeting between the governor and Republican legislative leaders did so without anyone's approval, they could be guilty of a felony.
The Milwaukee Police Department is asking city leaders to reconsider purchasing more tools for deploying chemical irritants, saying the equipment might be needed at the Democratic National Convention in August.
Gov. Tony Evers’ office recorded a telephone meeting he had with Republican legislative leaders last month, prompting the Senate majority leader on Wednesday to compare the Democratic governor to Richard Nixon in the latest fallout between the governor and lawmakers.
In an exclusive interview, Gray Television Washington Bureau Chief Jacqueline Policastro speaks one-on-one with Ronna McDaniel, chair of the Republican National Committee. Policastro also speaks one-on-one with Tom Perez, chair of the Democratic National Committee.