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.
Tiffany sole Wisconsin Rep. to sign document asking SCOTUS to flip election results in Wisconsin, 3 other swing states
The 2020 Election is Over. Wisconsin Turns to Redistricting.
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?
Photo Gallery of Pro-Trump Rally at Wisconsin Capitol
About 100 pro-Trump protestors gathered at the Wisconsin State Capitol on Saturday.
ELECTION DAY PHOTO GALLERY: Voters from Both Sides of Wisconsin
Portraits of voters from Milwaukee, Madison and Eau Claire.
TWO MILLION DOLLAR CHECKS: This Year, Out-of-State Liberals Dominated Donations to Wisconsin Political Parties
That could have major ramifications for the next decade.
The Biggest Donors to Wisconsin Political Parties in 2020
See the super-rich donors who are taking advantage of a big loophole in Wisconsin campaign finance law.
Wisconsin schools ‘whipsawing’ as COVID-19 hits rural districts – Part 2 of 3
As infections in the state surge, some rural schools are forced to suspend in-person instruction or integrate virtual students into classrooms
Citizens United is infamous. But an obscure case four years later — and state lawmakers’ response — have 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: Police-related deaths, the”bad cop” registry & 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.
Low-key cops and a white shaggy dog: How Marathon County transformed its response to residents in crisis
Emergency detentions are down and people in crisis are getting care— all while saving taxpayers millions