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An expert on political statistics told a panel of federal judges on Wednesday that Wisconsin's Republican-drawn legislative map was about as biased as possible in favor of GOP candidates for the State Assembly.

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Republican aides who drew Wisconsin’s legislative map downplayed any partisan motive in court Wednesday, even as a panel of federal judges was shown evidence that GOP leaders prioritized a map that made it much harder for Democrats to win elections.

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One of the lawyers challenging Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative map told a panel of federal judges Tuesday that the plan was one of the worst gerrymanders in modern American history.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

With a delegate count of 1,169 of 1,237 needed, Donald Trump will likely gain the necessary votes to win the Republican nomination for president, preventing a contested convention that some GOP leaders had hoped for. Yet, according to a recent Washington Post-ABC News poll, 60 percent of voters...

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Clerks from Cedarburg, Port Washington and Waukesha County testified in federal court on Tuesday, saying that a collection of recent election law changes have made their jobs easier.

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A federal trial begins on Tuesday in a lawsuit against Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative map, and while it's not the first such challenge, this one is unique.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Maraniss set out across the country for more than a month to figure out what the current presidential race says about the U.S. and the mood of the electorate. He said he found a similar characteristic among the people that he met at high school gyms, Rotary...