Column

Evers has opportunity to find common interest with Republican legislature on prison reform

By considering GOP’s interests in minimal government and law enforcement, newly-elected Democrats can gain support from GOP-controlled government

Column

Gridlock does not prevent good governance — it is good governance

Though legislative detente may seem useless, it creates a favorable business environment, reduces spending

Column

Longevity of Evers’ education appointments, investments, depend on assembly bipartisanship

Due to the long term-limits and staggered appointments to the Board of Regents, Evers' impact on education could outlive his time as governor

Column

Point Counterpoint: The Blue Wave has finally washed over Wisconsin

Midterm election results will lead to a continuation of Wisconsin progressiveness

Column

Point Counterpoint: Regardless of party control, the goal is always to move Wisconsin forward

Starkly divided constituencies prompt greater need for bipartisan policy in Wisconsin state government

News

Potential tax increase needed to cover costs of next state budget, analysis finds

Wisconsin Policy Forum reports revenue must grow at faster rate to increase funding for schools, other programs

Column

Pressure for civility should not dull the celebrations around Walker’s defeat

Though Walker's governorship is done, the ramifications of his tenure remain intact

Herald

Election 2018: Amid expectations of a ‘Blue Wave,’ Wisconsin selects a Democratic ticket

Incumbent Gov. Scott Walker defeated in neck-and-neck race

State of Wisconsin

Everything you need to know before the 2018 midterm elections

Polls open at 7 a.m., close at 8 p.m. for one of the most closely watched states in the 2018 election cycle

State of Wisconsin

Evers, Walker tied in polls with less than one week to go until election day

Final Marquette Law School poll before midterms found two candidates tied at 47 percent support among likely voters