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

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Why you should join UW College Democrats

In a charged political environment, let the College Democrats of UW-Madison be your guide

UW-Madison Campus

Campus canvassing on the rise ahead of midterm election

NextGen focused on transforming youth energy into political engagement

Herald

Money Matters: Unprecedented levels of campaign fundraising and election spending characterize 2018 midterm

Politicians, voters in Wisconsin wrestle with influence of outside spending, corporate donors in state elections

UW-Madison Campus

Experts weigh potential impact of Kavanaugh confirmation on November election

Polling suggests Kavanaugh's ascension to Supreme Court may have closed ‘enthusiasm gap’ between Republicans, Democrats

Reviews

Bon Iver, Tammy Baldwin call for more than just casting ballots

Bon Iver’s performance at The Sylvee call-to-action for voters before Nov. 6

Column

With UW Regent in the mix, blue wave looks more promising

Democrats have potential to ensure blue wave, but they must capitalize on opportunities provided by Republican internal conflict

State of Wisconsin

$100 million Republican school safety package passes in state senate, attempt at gun reform excluded

In wake of Parkland shooting, students, lawmakers have been calling for strict gun laws to protect both school staff, students alike

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