Column

Wisconsin voter ID laws unfairly target out-of-state students, requirements must change

Common Cause lawsuit goes after unabashedly partisan voter laws that benefit Republicans

Column

People must recognize America’s flawed past to promote progress

Participation in democracy is imperative to make America more closely resemble vision of its citizens

Column

America must supplant political argument with conversation for real change

Enter into an era that encourages respect, empathy, compromise instead of hatred

Column

Caucus riddled with errors reminds Americans of errors riddling nation

With spotlight on Iowa the flaws of US elections are illuminated all too well

Column

Cory Booker could be just what Democrats need in 2020

With appeal, practical policy plans, and infectious energy, New Jersey Senator has real potential next November

Editorial

Editorial Board: Fall 2019’s biggest stories

Following are the most contested stories from this semester

Column

Sea levels are rising — but faith in Wisconsin politics can too

Potential bipartisan support for climate change action will prove meaningful, productive

Column

Political partisanship costs lives

In the face of unprecedented levels of gun violence, politicians need to see through partisan noise, take action

UW-Madison Campus

FiveThirtyEight writer discusses presidential campaigns of 2020 Democratic candidates

Clare Malone said though Biden is leading in polls, Warren has been steadily rising

Column

Point Counterpoint: Voter ID laws lock out America’s minorities

Barriers to obtain ID limits vote, and lack of evidence of significant voter fraud discounts reasoning for such laws

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