It’s time for the esteemed former Wisconsin GOP Governor Tommy Thompson to talk sense to the GOP state legislative leadership. Wisconsinites voted for change and for the state to move forward.
Carrie A. Meyer's book, "Letters From the Boys," shows America's veterans aren't monolithic.
Evers sought the governorship as a champion of the Wisconsin Idea.
We’re in an era of divided government. That means Republicans must make the case for why they should be allowed back into the governor’s mansion.
WisconsinEye's Steven Walters looks at what's next in state government following the midterms.
In a two-part series, blogger David Blaska shares his post-mortem on Tuesday's election outcomes.
In Wisconsin, GOP-initiated election suppression is moving from voter ID and election-day pressures to post-election nullification.
Henry Lippold, who died last month at 89, built UW-Eau Claire’s broadcast journalism department from the ground up in the early '70s.
With the midterm elections completed, WisOpinion Insiders Chvala and Jensen survey the new shape of Wisconsin's political landscape. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
So why doesn’t the school board embrace them?
It’s impossible to overstate how much those who yearn for a return to a more united Wisconsin owe to Tony Evers, our humble and bookish governor-elect, and U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, a routinely underestimated liberal from Madison with steely optimism and Midwestern authenticity.
The major implication of Tony Evers’ victory over Scott Walker is that the new Democratic governor will force a fair redistricting after the 2020 Census.
Walker's loss hurts in a much more acute way than I think any election loss has ever hurt before because of what it ultimately represents—an end to eight years of conservative governance in this state in which many of us were far more personally invested than perhaps any in our lifetimes.
Cheer for what you can, but don’t forget to buckle down and be forced to work even harder to bring the US back to a nation its own citizens, much less the world, can respect and admire. We didn’t do that Nov. 6 and have to try try again.
On the Daily Standard podcast, host Charlie Sykes discusses the midterms with Weekly Standard chief elections analyst David Byler and senior writer Michael Warren.