The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, analyze what's at stake in state, county and local races in the 2020 spring elections.
Just when one concludes Donald Trump has led the country to the deepest circle of hell, he somehow takes it lower. History will remember him as our first mob boss president.
Judges in Wisconsin have recently made some important decisions about the April 7th election in response to the coronavirus crisis. These starkly different decisions illustrate two very different beliefs about the role of the judicial branch.
In wake of COVID-19, telehealth regulations have been loosened; those changes should remain even after crisis is over.
Bernie Sanders and Wisconsin Democrats want to delay the state's April 7 primary to keep voters safe, But, so far, the election's still on.
Humphrey shares a letter from an elections official suggesting elected officials come work the polls.
While Marsy’s Law has good intentions, it was not drafted with the existing protections for victims under the Wisconsin Constitution in mind. So it is likely to burden our state with unclear, unfunded mandates while presenting grave risks to the constitutional protections for citizens of Wisconsin accused of crimes.
I stay home to help halt the COVID-19 pandemic. It is as if we all have gone back in time to a more sedentary life. There is only occasional traffic down my rural road - a single car, the milk truck bound for the dairy farm a mile west, the UPS truck making deliveries. There is little else and it is so quiet. It brings back other times when life paused.
Even more than before, this pandemic has shown us that we need a leader in the White House who can unite our country and steer us through a crisis. That’s Joe Biden.
Pandemic overshadowing what could have been important election.
These principles should guide Wisconsin lawmakers as they confront the current public health and economic crisis.
Refusal of Vos and Fitzgerald to postpone election could cause more disease, deaths.
Hard data on the coronavirus and its effects in the Badger State has been slow in coming, if available at all, from Secretary-designee Andrea Palm’s Department of Health Services.
As McConnell has done time after time during his ignoble Senate leadership, he again was stacking the deck in an effort to direct the bulk of the coronavirus bailout to the top 1% of the American financial system. While the minority Democrats pushed for more of the roughy $2 trillion plan to go directly to working people who are suffering the most in this calamity.
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