Governor asks legislature for $200 million for broadband expansion and aid; feds sending billions in help at some point
Since Election Day, no evidence of widespread voter fraud has emerged in Wisconsin — or any other state.
But one expert says the politician is trying to have it “both ways” Follow Follow Follow Follow Print Email
The Badger Project has teamed with an aerial photographer to bring you images of the Foxconn site in Mount Pleasant as it develops.
Tiffany sole Wisconsin Rep. to sign document asking SCOTUS to flip election results in Wisconsin, 3 other swing states
Election experts and politicians from both parties slammed the suit — aimed at Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — as a cynical attempt to disregard the will of voters.
An end-around the governor? A recall of state Supreme Court justices? Primary challenges?
How far will the parties go to defend, or break, Wisconsin’s gerrymandered districts?
About 100 pro-Trump protestors gathered at the Wisconsin State Capitol on Saturday.
Portraits of voters from Milwaukee, Madison and Eau Claire.
Citizens United is infamous. But an obscure case four years later — and state lawmakers’ response — has made Wisconsin politics a ‘plaything of the super rich.’
Before 2015, the amount any single person could have given in annual political donations in Wisconsin was $10,000.
What changed? A monumental U.S. Supreme Court decision you’ve probably never heard of: McCutcheon v. FEC.
THE BADGER PROJECT PODCAST Presents – Policing in Wisconsin: Cop-related deaths, the “bad cop” registry and use of force
We recently did a story on policing in Wisconsin, focusing on the laws currently on the books and policies on things like cop-related deaths, a “bad cop” registry and use of force. Our managing editor Peter Cameron discusses that story and more in our first podcast.