University of Wisconsin-Madison journalism professor Michael Wagner said the first debate in presidential elections rarely determine the race’s outcome, but Monday’s debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has particularly high stakes. Wagner said the debate’s audience may be record setting.
It could prove to be a historic year for Wisconsin's early voters, but many might be confused about when, where and how to participate in early voting -- particularly now that Wisconsin’s voter ID law is in effect. Here’s what any residents need to know before casting a ballot:...
Donald Trump will make a campaign stop Wednesday evening in Waukesha amid weaker poll numbers in the Milwaukee suburb than other GOP presidential contenders have had in past elections.
The verdict is still out as to who won Monday's presidential debate, and two Wisconsin political experts weigh in on how Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump performed in the debate.
In this year's U.S. Senate race Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson and Democratic challenger Russ Feingold disagree over President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan and other environmental policy.
The first presidential debate is expected to draw a huge audience, which presents both candidates with an opportunity to make a pitch to the significant number of undecided voters.
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet Monday night in the first of three debates. The matchup is expected to be one of the most-watched presidential debates in U.S. history.
In one of the nation's most closely watched U.S. Senate races, voters have heard Wisconsin's Republican Ron Johnson and Democrat Russ Feingold talk about many issues, but the high out-of-pocket costs of health care isn't usually one of them.
This November, something will happen that Wisconsin politicians, political experts and advocates have been anticipating for more than a decade: Wisconsin will host its first major election with a voter ID requirement in place.