All six candidates running for Madison mayor in the Feb. 19 primary recorded interviews in the Cap Times podcast studio. Listen to all of them here.
More than 600 people filled the Barrymore Theatre to watch the six candidates vying for Madison’s top office give their takes on municipal issues of the day. Now, you can listen to the event as a podcast.
What happened at the first mayoral debate of the 2019 race? Erik, Abby and Lisa recap the policy proposals, topics of contention and moments of camaraderie from Wednesday night.
On the first episode of this podcast mini-series on the mayor race in Madison, we speak with Raj Shukla, the executive director of River Alliance of Wisconsin and chair of the Sustainable Madison Committee.
Mayoral candidate Satya Rhodes-Conway says that from bus rapid transit to green infrastructure, she wants to implement "cool" and "innovative" ideas in Madison.
Mayoral candidate Maurice "Mo" Cheeks says that at a time when some people are losing faith in government, it's important for a city's mayor to inspire.
Nick Hart says he's running for mayor to boost voter turnout, call out Madison's record on race and progressive politics, and learn a thing or two about municipal politics along the way.
Toriana Pettaway, a write-in candidate in the race for mayor, talks with Cap Times reporter Abby Becker on her work on issues of race and equity, and her frustrations with Madison "intellectualizing" problems but not solving them.
Paul Soglin has served as Madison's mayor for 22 (nonconsecutive) years. He talks with the Cap Times' Abby Becker on why he keeps coming back to the position on the latest episode of the Madsplainers.