Tag Archives: Election

The Iowa Caucus: A Clumsy Celebration of Democracy

Anticipation mounts among caucus-goers as Chair Wolfe opens the Clinton First Precinct Caucus. Photo: Sam Buisman Author: Sam Buisman Iowa led the nation in choosing the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate on Feb. 3, with the Iowa Caucuses. In this almost … Read More >

Where to Watch in the Race for Madison Mayor

Author: Will Kenneally The two candidates running for mayor, Paul Soglin and Satya Rhodes-Conway, were separated by a little more than 300 votes in the primary and now face each other in a contentious general election. “I don’t think anybody’s … Read More >

WSUM Spring Election Guide

Here is our WSUM spring general election guide with the candidates running for Madison mayor and common council. To find information on your polling place and what will appear on your ballot, visit myvote.wi.gov. Mayor Paul Soglin (incumbent): Hear … Read More >

Protesters Rally Against Lame Duck Bills

Author: Will Kenneally STATE CAPITOL — Protesters gathered on the Capitol steps to criticize a slate of bills the state legislature is taking up in a lame duck session. The bills take certain powers away from the offices of governor … Read More >

Tammy Baldwin Wins Re-election

Author: Will Kenneally In an early call, Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin staves off a challenge by Republican state Sen. Leah Vukmir. “After more than $14 million of nasty attack ads, it means nothing,” Baldwin said in her victory speech. “I … Read More >