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  With Election Day just around the corner, gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke is getting help from several big-name Democrats.

Wisconsin should continue banning election observers from taking photos or videos of people registering to vote or signing the poll book.

A federal lawsuit targets the Wisconsin law limiting the amount of money candidates for state office can accept from political action committees.

There's already a proposal to hold meetings at night, following voters' decision Tuesday to, in effect, create a part time County Board.

A conservative group training candidates in Wisconsin is celebrating victories  in Tuesday's elections. 

Schools leaders in some rural communities their schools are strapped for cash and have cut to the bone. A state task force is examining the situation.

Wisconsin Senate Considers Uniform Early Voting Hours

Mar 11, 2014

Republican Sen. Glen Grothman's bill could mean longer hours for rural communities and fewer hours for cities, including Milwaukee.

Gov. Scott Walker has been taking his time deciding whether to approve a Kenosha casino and whether to make it harder to strip schools of Indian mascots.

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A recent report puts Wisconsin in its "Hall of Shame" for the nasty nature of its state judicial campaigns, thanks to outside money and political pressure.

Fields Finalized For Special Elections

Oct 23, 2013

Ballots can be printed in two special elections following Tuesday's primary.

Deadline Today in Assembly Special Eelection

Sep 24, 2013

Nomination papers from candidates seeking the 21st Assembly District seat a due today.

Special Election Planned in South Surbubs

Sep 18, 2013

A special election will be held in the 21st Assembly District to replace Mark Honadel.

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The Government Accountability Board says it found more than 10,000 violations of two federal laws, which require polling places to be accessible.

Over the last three years, the agency conducted inspections at 1,614 polling sites in 921 municipalities throughout the state.

Many polling places violated the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or the Help America Vote Act of 2002, because voters were not able to vote privately and independently.

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While it does not appear Tuesday's ruling affects Wisconsin, politicians here are reacting to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

For the first time in more than ten years, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is dispatching hundreds of volunteers across the state, to register residents to vote.

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