Election 2014

Wisconsin Midterm Election Results

Nov 4, 2014

Winners of the Tuesday, November 4, 2014 midterm election are in bold.

WUWM photo library

Among Tuesday’s duties for the City of Milwaukee Election Commission is the tabulation of thousands of absentee ballots.

Voters in about 50 Wisconsin school districts will decide next Tuesday whether to pay more.

Marti Mikkelson

Early voting began Monday in Wisconsin. Voters can cast in-person absentee ballots in city clerks’ offices across the state through Friday, October 31.

Gov. Scott Walker and business executive Mary Burke met for the second of two debates Friday night in Milwaukee.

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A referendum on November's ballot will let voters decide whether to require Wisconsin to spend all transportation revenue on transportation projects.

Voters had a chance Sunday afternoon to spend an hour with the candidates for attorney general.

Republican Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke appeared on stage together for the first time on Friday night.

Milwaukee Lauches Social Media Push on Voter ID

Oct 7, 2014
Marti Mikkelson

The City of Milwaukee is using a popular social media tactic to help prepare voters for the upcoming election - a challenge.

Early voting for the November election begins two weeks from Monday.

The state Government Accountability Board wants to revive a voter photo ID public service campaign.

A concerning Facebook page surfaced a few days ago. It was posted by a group calling itself Wisconsin Poll Watcher Militia. 

Voter Photo ID: Elections Expert Discusses Possible Legal Outcome

Sep 23, 2014

The Wisconsin justice department must respond to a federal appeals court Tuesday, as to whether the full court should consider a challenge to photo ID.

Burke campaign photo, via Facebook

Democrat Mary Burke says if she's elected governor, she would seek to change some key parts of Act 10, Governor Walker's controversial legislation that eliminated collective bargaining rights for most public employees.

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The wheels are spinning in Wisconsin for the big change coming to polling places - voter ID.