Rewind: Your Week in Review for Aug. 8

On this week's episode, WisconsinEye's Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com's JR Ross discuss Joe Bidens's decision to not come to Milwaukee to accept the Dem nomination, Tuesday's primaries, Kanye West's presidential nomination papers and opposition to Gov., Tony Evers's mask mandate.

Initial review finds enough signatures for West to make prez ballot, but challenge deadline looming today

The Elections Commission's initial review of entertainer Kanye West's nomination papers puts him above the signature threshold needed to qualify for Wisconsin's presidential ballot. But...
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DC Wrap: Gunderson expects next COVID relief will include aid to bolster colleges’ budgets

Welcome to our weekly DC Wrap, where we write about Wisconsin’s congressional delegation. Sign up here to receive the newsletter directly: https://forms.gle/YLYZtJWHPSt24HhZ7 Quotes of the...

WisOpinion.com: ‘The Insiders’ consider the potential impact of Tuesday’s primaries

With the statewide partisan primary slated for Tuesday, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, consider how these low-turnout elections may affect legislative and congressional representation for years to come.

WisOpinion Poll: Is Biden making the right decision to not accept the Dem presidential...

Joe Biden will not accept the Dem presidential nomination in Milwaukee, citing concerns over rising COVID-19 cases in the state.

Dan Shafer: Why the DNC should return to Milwaukee in 2024

The Democratic Party should hold its convention in Milwaukee in 2024.

Chamber leaders call for government help to increase minority-owned business access to aid

Latino Chamber of Commerce and Black Chamber of Commerce leaders are calling for more volunteers and government help to make sure Latino-...

Statewide, businesses are cautious in business, personal travel plans

-- Businesses responding to the July COVID-19 Wisconsin Business Impact survey expressed extreme caution in business and personal travel plans.

DWD has sent out $3B in unemployment since March 15

Since March 15, the Department of Workforce Development paid 475,000 people over $3 billion but says more federal unemployment compensation is needed.

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Evers announces $32 million for UW System COVID testing

Today's Midday podcast covers Gov. Tony Evers announcing $32 million in CARES Act funding for the UW System for COVID-19 testing and personal protective...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Aug. 8

On this week's episode, WisconsinEye's Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com's JR Ross discuss Joe Bidens's decision to not come to Milwaukee to accept the Dem nomination, Tuesday's primaries, Kanye West's presidential nomination papers and opposition to Gov., Tony Evers's mask mandate.

Club for Growth hits Biden over opposing emergency parental school choice grants

The conservative Club for Growth is putting $1.6 million behind new ads in Wisconsin hitting Joe Biden for opposing emergency parental school choice grants. The...

Kanye West submits declaration of candidacy, but unclear if prez signatures turned in on...

Today's Midday podcast covers Kanye West's efforts to get on the presidential ballot in Wisconsin and highlights potential roadblocks in that process.

Biden, other speakers won’t travel to Milwaukee for 2020 Dem National Convention

Today's Midday podcast covers the breaking news that Joe Biden will not accept the Dem presidential nomination in Milwaukee, citing concerns over rising COVID-19...

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