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Election
11:39 am
Mon November 5, 2012

GAB: What Wisconsin Voters Should Know for Election Day

Polls could be especially busy Tuesday because presidential elections trigger a high turnout.

The polls will be swarming with people on Tuesday as voters cast their ballots in the presidential election. Lately, poll watchers and observers have also become a fixture at polling places.

To limit any confusion at the polls, the Government Accountability Board created a list of 10 things Wisconsin voters should know. Kevin Kennedy, director and general counsel of Wisconsin’s Government Accountability Board, went over some of the list’s highlights with WUWM’s Ann-Elise Henzl.

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Environment
4:31 pm
Sat November 3, 2012

How Green Jobs Fit In the Skills and Employment Gap

Does the so-called skills gap apply to "green jobs?"

WUWM's Environmental reporter helps us understand how green jobs might affect the employment picture in Milwaukee.

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Project Milwaukee
11:27 am
Sat November 3, 2012

How Green Jobs Fit In the Skills and Employment Gap

Site of one of the homes deconstructed along the Kinnickinnic as area is prepared for river restoration. Milwaukee Builds trainees helped make that deconstruction happen.

The skills and employment gap is a complex problem. WUWM Environmental Reporter Susan Bence set out on an equally complex path to discover how “green” jobs figure into the equation and how they might figure into the city’s future.

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Arts & Culture
12:00 am
Sat November 3, 2012

Beware the Mad Pumpkin Carver!

Some of the "victims" of the Madison Mad Pumpkin Carver.
Credit She Who Is Not to Be Named

Contributor Gianofer Fields introduces us to the Mad Pumpkin Carver.

 If you don't carve your pumpkins, someone will. 

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Project Milwaukee
11:57 am
Fri November 2, 2012

Project Milwaukee: Help Wanted - Forum Audience Q&A

Project Milwaukee: Help Wanted Forum
Susan Ruggles/ MATC

Our Project Milwaukee: Help Wanted forum recorded Tuesday evening at Milwaukee Area Technical College, included a 45-minute question and answer session between the audience and our six panel members, which we present here in its entirety.

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