Tuesday's election pits incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin against challenger — and former alder — Satya Rhodes-Conway.
An estimated 88 people attended the forum, which was moderated by Lupita Montoto from La Movida Radio in English and translated into Spanish. The election is April 2.
The latest reports, which were due Monday, cover activity for the period of Feb. 5 through March 18.
In recent weeks, Madison area residents have also shared their thoughts and ideas around transportation in Madison in small group discussions. A project called the Local Voices Network is collecting these conversations in an effort to include more voices as public policy is shaped.
The election is April 2.
As part of the Local Voices Network project, community residents share their thoughts on housing, which has become a significant topic in the Madison mayor’s race.
Candidates Paul Soglin and Satya Rhodes-Conway addressed challenges facing the African-American community and the planned loss of a grocery store on South Park Street.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced he is endorsing Madison mayoral candidate Satya Rhodes-Conway. Prior to the primary election, Sheriff Dave Mahoney announced he is supporting incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin. The election is April 2.
Madison's mayoral candidates start race toward the general election April 2.
The Cap Times' city government and current affairs podcast takes a look at what happened at the polls on Tuesday night.
With all precincts reporting, Paul Soglin secured 28.6 percent of the vote with Satya Rhodes-Conway at a close 27.7 percent, which is a difference of 323 votes.
The current mayoral campaign stands out from recent races in the amount of money candidates are raising and reflects a continuing trend of sophisticated campaigns, including polished social media outreach and ads, as well as a high level of experience brought to the race by campaign staff.