The jury could return a verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial any time now. The National Guard has been activated. Politicians have bee…
ATLANTA (AP) — After a year of dealing with false claims and death threats, election officials on Tuesday delivered a relatively smooth Election Day.
After a year of dealing with false claims and death threats, election officials appeared on track Tuesday to deliver a relatively smooth Election Day across the U.S.
Well, it depends what state you live in. And even then, stopping those votes from being counted is almost impossible. Here's why...
"The assault on the integrity of our elections has been particularly hard on the thousands of workers who do the tedious work at the polls."
Holidays are joyous occasions, so I do not wish to throw cold water on the recent elevation of Juneteenth to a national holiday. Liberation is…
With all this voter suppression going on, one solution should get serious consideration: Making Election Day a holiday nationwide.
It is hard not to notice all the talk of “election integrity” coming from certain political circles these days. If those speaking of election …
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Flexibility for municipal clerks would eliminate 'ballot dumps' that breed distrust
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, is irrelevant.
Audit of 2020 results in swing states shows no impact on who won
“Certainly clerks are very much looking forward to this pandemic ending,” Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell said.
Republicans want to restrict drop boxes and absentee voting. Democrats aim to make it easier to vote. Both parties favor quicker vote counting.
MILWAUKEE — As a Wisconsinite and business leader, I take pride in how our state runs elections and how much our fellow citizens value their r…
Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
“February elections, especially in an odd-numbered year, always have unfortunately very low turnout, and it looks to be that case for this one as well,” Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe said Monday.
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Instead of massive fraud and irregularities, what the State Journal's investigation found was lots of attention to protecting the integrity of the Nov. 3 vote.
“From what we've seen, nothing compares to pandemic elections,” City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl said.
An attempted bank robber who doesn’t hurt anybody is still guilty of attempted bank robbery. If someone gets hurt, though, the penalties are g…
Also: Trump shows no remorse for the Capitol riot, blaming Democrats for "tremendous anger" in America. He could become the only president in history to be twice impeached. Plus, get a preview of what's coming next.
This State Journal editorial ran on Dec. 20, 1920:
The state has multiple, overlapping safeguards aimed at preventing ineligible voters from casting ballots, tampering with the ballots or altering vote totals.
Dear Editor: Rabbis Bonnie Margulis and Jonathan Biatch were right on the mark with their column "Working the polls is a sacred duty." As a po…
Even after his administration agreed to allow the formal transition of power to Biden to begin, Trump insisted anew that he was a victim of widespread voter fraud.