Wisconsin Vote

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Synopsis

Wisconsin Vote offers fresh updates on the latest news on the 2016 Elections, including coverage of the national conventions. Wisconsin Vote is a service of Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television.

Episodes

  • Impeachment Support Doesnt Budge In Latest Marquette Poll

    Impeachment Support Doesn't Budge In Latest Marquette Poll

    12/12/2019

    Wisconsin voters' opinions on whether President Donald Trump should be impeached and removed from office didn't budge in the latest poll by Marquette University Law School despite an ongoing impeachment inquiry by the U.S. House of Representatives.

  • State Supreme Court Election Results

    State Supreme Court Election Results

    02/04/2019

    We analyze the results of the Wisconsin Supreme Court election with a WPR reporter.

  • Breaking Down The Results Of Wisconsins State Legislative Races

    Breaking Down The Results Of Wisconsin's State Legislative Races

    07/11/2018

    While it appears that Democrat Tony Evers will be Wisconsin’s next governor, Republicans will maintain control of both houses of the state legislature. We look at the results from a variety of legislative races around the state, including two ‘rematches’ between candidates who faced off earlier this year in special elections. We also look at the prospect of divided government, once again, in Wisconsin, and discuss whether we’re potentially heading for gridlock or bipartisanship in the coming months and years.

  • Candidate Interview For Governor: Michael White

    Candidate Interview For Governor: Michael White

    01/11/2018

    In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for governor, we speak with Green Party candidate Michael White.

  • Tomah VA And State Of The Vukmir-Baldwin Race

    Tomah VA And State Of The Vukmir-Baldwin Race

    31/10/2018

    This election season, Wisconsin Public Radio is meeting people where they are, in their communities, to talk about the issues that matter most to them. As part of our ongoing conversations about the Beyond the Ballot project, we look at how Wisconsinites feel about controversy surrounding the Tomah VA, and how politicians are talking about it. Then, WPR State Capitol Reporter Laurel White joins...

  • Candidate Interview For Governor: Maggie Turnbull

    Candidate Interview For Governor: Maggie Turnbull

    30/10/2018

    In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for governor, we speak with Independent candidate Maggie Turnbull.

  • Wisconsin Attorney General Candidate Interview: Josh Kaul

    Wisconsin Attorney General Candidate Interview: Josh Kaul

    29/10/2018

    In our series of interview with candidates ahead of the November 6 midterm election, we speak with Josh Kaul. He's a former federal prosecutor and Democrat running to be the next Attorney General of Wisconsin. His challengers this election are Republican incumbent Attorney General Brad Schimel and Terry Larson of the Constitution Party. You can learn more about races, issues, and candidates at...

  • Candidate Interview For Governor: Arnie Enz

    Candidate Interview For Governor: Arnie Enz

    26/10/2018

    In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for governor, we speak with Wisconsin Party candidate Arnie Enz.

  • Candidate Interview For Governor: Phil Anderson

    Candidate Interview For Governor: Phil Anderson

    25/10/2018

    In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for governor, we speak with Libertarian candidate Phillip Anderson, who is also chair of the Libertarian Party of Wisconsin.

  • Candidate Interview: Dan Kohl

    Candidate Interview: Dan Kohl

    24/10/2018

    In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for Congress, we speak with Dan Kohl. Dan Kohl is a lawyer, who has been a Milwaukee Bucks executive and a lobbyist for the pro-Israel firm J Street. Kohl is the democratic candidate running to represent Wisconsin’s 6th district in the U.S. House of Representatives. He’s running against republican incumbent Glenn Grothman.

  • 6th Congressional District Candidate Glenn Grothman

    6th Congressional District Candidate Glenn Grothman

    23/10/2018

    In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for Congress, we speak with Glenn Grothman. Glenn Grothman is the incumbent Republican U.S. Representative from Wisconsin's 6th congressional district. He’s running to serve a third term in Congress.

  • 3rd Congressional District Candidate Interview: Steve Toft

    3rd Congressional District Candidate Interview: Steve Toft

    18/10/2018

    We continue our series of interviews with the candidates running for Wisconsin’s 3rd Congressional District seat. Republican challenger and political newcomer Steve Toft joins us to talk about his candidacy, and the issues he’s running on.

  • 1st Congressional District Interview: Bryan Steil

    1st Congressional District Interview: Bryan Steil

    17/10/2018

    We continue our series of interviews with the candidates running for Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District seat, which covers the southeastern part of the state. The seat is currently held by House Speaker Paul Ryan, who is retiring. We talk with Bryan Steil, the Republican candidate looking to replace Ryan.

  • 1st Congressional District Interview: Randy Bryce

    1st Congressional District Interview: Randy Bryce

    17/10/2018

    We begin a series of interviews with the candidates running for Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District seat, which covers the southeastern part of the state. The seat is currently held by House Speaker Paul Ryan, who is retiring. First up, we talk with Randy Bryce, the democratic candidate looking to replace Ryan.

  • 3rd Congressional District Candidate Interview: Ron Kind

    3rd Congressional District Candidate Interview: Ron Kind

    16/10/2018

    We begin our series of interviews with the candidates running for Wisconsin’s 3rd Congressional District seat. First up is the democratic incumbent, Congressman Ron Kind, who was first elected to the seat in 1996. He faces republican candidate Steve Toft in the November election.

  • A Look At Proposed Tax Cuts In The Governors Race

    A Look At Proposed Tax Cuts In The Governor's Race

    16/10/2018

    As we enter the final month of the campaign, Democratic candidate for governor Tony Evers is proposing a ten percent income tax cut. Meanwhile, his opponent, Governor Scott Walker, says the plan effectively amounts to a tax hike. We break down what both candidates are doing and saying when it comes to taxes, tax cuts, and your money.

  • How Big Of An Impact Will Wisconsin Swing Voters Have In The Midterms?

    How Big Of An Impact Will Wisconsin Swing Voters Have In The Midterms?

    11/09/2018

    About 30 percent of the Wisconsin electorate is made up of “soft partisans” -- people who are independents on paper, but actually tend to sway a bit left or right. Recent polling finds that these voters could have a big impact on the upcoming midterms. We take a look at swing voters in Wisconsin and their political influence.

  • Kelda Roys Leads Democrats In Latest Fundraising Reports

    Kelda Roys Leads Democrats In Latest Fundraising Reports

    07/08/2018

    The fundraising chase in the campaign for governor produced two clear trends in July.

  • Candidate For Secretary Of State: Doug La Follette

    Candidate For Secretary Of State: Doug La Follette

    23/07/2018

    The primary vote in Wisconsin happens August 14. As part of our series of candidate interviews, hear from Doug La Follette. He’s on the ballot facing off against fellow Democrat Arvina Martin.

  • Democratic Win In Northeastern State Senate District Could Signal Change Ahead For Legislature

    Democratic Win In Northeastern State Senate District Could Signal Change Ahead For Legislature

    13/06/2018

    A University of Wisconsin-Green Bay political scientist says Democrat Caleb Frostman's win in Tuesday's special election indicates the "nationalization" of state-level politics.

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