Column

People must only consider Republican or Democratic candidates for November elections

As third-party politics decline across nation, people must casts ballots for either Democratic or Republican party come November election

Column

Tale of Two Candidates: How Harris, Pence’s visits to Wisconsin reflect campaign efficacy

Biden-Harris' effective campaigning in Wisconsin spells out victory for the Democratic Party following November presidential elections

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Democrats will prioritize diverse representation in 2020

Democratic Party has consistently shown dedication to serving all Americans from all backgrounds, while Republicans have failed to diversify representation

Column

Political activism cannot cease once we go to the polls

Showing up to the polls is not the only way to make tangible change. In fact, it's not actually the best way.

UW-Madison Campus

International Socialist Organization holds walkout, discussion following Kavanaugh nomination

Organizers outlined ISO’s action plan to engage as many people as possible in protest against Kavanaugh

State of Wisconsin

Too soon to tell how Wisconsin’s special election upset will impact midterm election

Democrat win in 10th district has some Republicans concerned

State of Wisconsin

Democratic gubernatorial candidates discuss employment, healthcare, at forum

Candidates will face off in primary election Aug. 14

Letter to the Editor

Democratic Party may pull itself back up — with a few new rules

With the defeats of 2016 in the rearview mirror, setting new expectations for the party is essential for success

Column

For political parties to prevent breakdown, they’ll need quality candidates

Milwaukee radio personality Charlie Sykes signals end to major political groups

Column

Democrats keep same, old leadership with Pelosi

Someone from Rust Belt, like Tim Ryan, should have been considered for higher position

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