Billionaires and millionaires, most supporting Democrats, continue to dump huge sums into Wisconsin politics through a loophole left open by state Republicans.
State legislator cites The Badger Project’s investigation in reintroducing legislation to minimize wandering officers
Report found 200 current officers in the state were fired or forced from previous jobs in law enforcement; “Unacceptable” says Milwaukee Democrat Supreme Moore Omokunde
INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: See how Wisconsin Republicans redrew the 33 state Senate districts to their advantage
Click where you live to see gerrymandering in action.
Every other House member from Wisconsin – Republican and Democrat – voted in favor
Republican redistricting put Fitzgerald brothers – who live 13 miles apart – in different congressional districts
Experts call it “shenanigans,” “different species of gerrymandering”
BEFORE AND AFTER: See how Wisconsin Republicans redrew the state’s congressional districts to their advantage
The Badger Project has put together a side-by-side comparison of how the eight Congressional Districts changed in the 2011 redistricting process to show how Republicans gave themselves a partisan advantage.
According to the state’s Open Records Law, every public official in Wisconsin must keep their records should anyone from the public want to see them. Except for state legislators.
Democrats spent millions trying to hold and win back seats in the state legislature in 2020. They barely made a dent. Is modern gerrymandering unbeatable?
More than $2.2 million raised and spent in Milwaukee suburbs for $53,000-a-year job
Political donations continue to accelerate after campaign finance laws relaxed in 2015
Longtime state legislator accepted donations over the legal maximum from several donors