Court Remands Case to Three Judge Panel to Cure Standing Problem
A federal judge in Wisconsin is blowing the whistle on ALEC-inspired voter ID.
Sanders and Feingold take aim at big money in politics at a rally in Madison.
The second day of a trial over measures implemented by Wisconsin's GOP to restrict voting rights in the state commenced Tuesday in Madison.
The 2016 election for U.S. Senate is hitting the airwaves in Wisconsin, despite the fact that the election is over a year away.
Voting rights around the country have been under serious assault in recent years. The attack has been particularly relentless in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce has unleashed a $600,000 ad blitz to strip Wisconsin's independent Chief Justice of her title just as the court prepares to take up the John Doe criminal probe of Scott Walker.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is taking up the Walker criminal probe, but faces questions of judicial ethics.
Wisconsin Republicans rolled a raft of anti-democrat measures through the legislature late Thursday night, ranging from additional restrictions on voting to new limits on the right to recall elected officials, following a recall effort against Governor Scott Walker last year.
A coalition of Wisconsin organizations, including the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD), have asked state legislators to hold hearings on the need for greater transparency and accountability for political spending in Wisconsin. This call comes in the aftermath of a series of recall elections that saw over $100 million poured into the state, much of it from special interest groups that did not disclose their donors.