Just one in six voting-age residents in Madison cast ballots in Tuesday’s primary despite citywide contests for mayor and School Board.
Ald. Mo Cheeks placed third, followed by Raj Shukla, Nick Hart and write-in candidate Toriana Pettaway, according to unofficial results from the Dane County Clerk's Office.
Three candidates are seeking a two-year term as village of Brooklyn president. Two current village trustees, Kyle Smith and Brit Springer, will be on Tuesday’s primary ballot along with Jim Bakken. Smith did not respond to a questionnaire. The top two vote-getters will advance to the April 2…
Three people are vying for an open seat to represent District 15, which covers parts of the East and Southeast sides, on the Madison City Council in the Feb. 19 primary.
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Two-term Madison School Board incumbent TJ Mertz is being challenged in the spring primary by a state Department of Public Instruction consultant and a piano teacher.
Four people will face off in the Feb. 19 primary to represent District 13 on the Madison City Council. The seat is to be vacated by interim Ald. Allen Arntsen, and the winner of the April 2 election will serve a two-year term.
Four candidates are vying for the District 12 Madison City Council seat on the North and East sides being vacated by Ald. Larry Palm. A fifth candidate who will appear on the ballot, James Stansfield, filed paperwork to run but said he was dropping out of the race, citing family and job obli…
Three candidates with no experience as elected officials are competing in February's primary election for the District 3 seat on the Madison City Council.
Four candidates are on the Feb. 19 primary ballot for Fitchburg City Council, 4th District, Seat 8. The top two vote-getters will face off in the April 2 general election.
Among the bigger issues before the commission next year will be American Transmission Company’s proposal to build a roughly $500 million power line between Dubuque and Madison.
A lawsuit challenging the state's legislative districts will be heard in April by a federal three-judge panel, but a conflict could also loom on redistricting after the 2020 Census.
The results show an appetite to follow in the steps of the 10 states that have legalized pot and 21 others that allow its use for medicinal purposes.
Democratic attorney general candidate Josh Kaul declared victory Wednesday morning in the race against incumbent Attorney General Brad Schimel.
A repeat of the 2016 51st Assembly race pits incumbent Todd Novak, who is seeking a third term, against Jeff Wright, the assistant superintendent for the Sauk Prairie School District.
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, a Republican, is being challenged by political newcomer Josh Kaul, a Democrat, in his bid for another four-year term. The general election is on Nov. 6. (I) indicates incumbent.
Two contenders who faced off in a special election in June for the 42nd Assembly District seat will have a rematch on Nov. 6, this time, for a full, two-year term.
Whey does Tammy Baldwin, a liberal Democrat, remain popular in a state that has drifted to the right and where voters are sharply divided over who should be governor?
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir raised more than $2.1 million in August and September, more than doubling her campaign’s previous total but still less than half the money raised by her opponent.
A manager for a ministry that connects churches and families with disabilities faces a teacher for an open seat to represent the 38th Assembly district in the Nov. 6 election.