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In the election of a generation, student voting surges

Campus political organizations reflect on role of voting after tumultuous 2016 election

State of Wisconsin

UW College Democrats, Republicans debate state, national issues before midterm election

In their first debate of the year, UW College Democrats, Republicans discuss education, abortion, among other issues

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Traditional campus political organizations make no effective change

While these groups work hard to promote state candidates, no community partnerships or action can be found

City of Madison

Independent voters could prove vital in upcoming election, Republican party fears

With many voters classifying as independents, election results could be toss-up

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Point Counterpoint: Why you should join UW College Democrats

In crucial election year, joining College Democrats is perfect way to be politically active

UW-Madison Campus

In bipartisan effort, College Democrats, Republicans place flags for 9/11 victims

College Republicans, Democrats have been jointly placing flags on Bascom Hill for more than a decade

UW-Madison Campus

Lone Democratic candidate for attorney general hopes to combat voting laws, opioid epidemic

Kaul hopes to oust incumbent Brad Schimel, emphasizes importance of this role

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: This November, vote Baldwin for a candidate who cares about Wisconsin’s future

Corporate interests, backwards attitudes toward policy make Vukmir, Nicholson unattractive options, Baldwin clearly fit to make Wisconsin thrive

City of Madison

On the issues: What Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mahlon Mitchell has planned out

Mitchell, a firefighter and union head, believes he is perfectly fit to be governor

UW-Madison Campus

Students, like legislators, still looking for solutions to gun violence

Student panel demonstrated how campus climate on gun control reflects national debate