Election related lawsuits abound as the November election approaches

Today’s Midday podcast covers three election-related lawsuits that involve the Wisconsin Elections Commission, federal courts, county courts and the Wisconsin Supreme Court. WEC Administrator Meagan Wolfe at a WisPolitics.com Luncheon said the increasing amount of litigation is creating even more

What to watch for with two weeks to go until the August primary

This week’s Midday podcast covers what to watch for as candidates prepare to face off in the August 9 primary. Several candidates have dropped out and endorsed their former opponents while campaigns launch ads and gather endorsements. Primary winners will

JCRAR votes to suspend new WEC rule on absentee ballot envelopes

This week’s Midday podcast covers an argument between the Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules and the Wisconsin Elections Commission over whether election clerk are allowed to cure missing or incorrect information on absentee ballot envelopes. JCRAR voted to

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