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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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College students should worry most about gerrymandering — here’s why

As the college student vote trends further left, this demographic is at risk of being a target for gerrymandering

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

City of Madison

In an effort to boost voter registration, online registration offered for first time in Wisconsin

Officials voted this month to allow credit card statements as a valid proof of residence to make registration more accessible

Column

Trump’s polarizing nature could mean bad news for Leah Vukmir’s campaign

Although a presidential endorsement sounds positive, Trump's divisive politics could alienate centrist voters

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Conservatives’ self-victimization on college campuses is getting old

Freedom of speech not good enough excuse to target already marginalized groups

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

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America needs unification, political crisis for Trump primary challenger to be successful

Although 2020 is far away, two factors are necessary to knock Trump out of race