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Walker concedes to Evers

News Conference: Gov-Elect Evers & Lt. Gov-Elect Barnes Discuss Tuesday Win

November 7, 2018

The Governor's campaign office has released a concession letter. Evers is now speaking after the concession.

Crowd-Sourced Election News

November 6, 2018

We're working on a new collaborative social media curation tool and will be collecting election news here. If you'd like to help out, use the contact form on the site and let us know.  

Unofficial Election Returns Tonight

ballot box
November 6, 2018

Now that you have voted - you have voted, right? you are probably wondering how you find out who won. State-wide, the AP collects data from various counties and reports results. Many news organizations in the state are AP members, and so will have access to the returns. If you are interested in local results, it's usually fastest to look at the elections on your own county website. We've listed some of our favorite links below.

67th Assembly District Candidate Forum

Wren Keturi and Rob Summerfield

Wisconsin 67th District Candidate Forum

October 23, 2018

The League of Women Voters of the Greater Chippewa Valley sponsored a candidate forum on October 22 at Bloomer Middle School. Rob Summerfield and Wren Keturi fielded a wide array of questions submitted by the audience, which numbered approximately 35. This video will be the last of our video coverage of area candidate forums. 

Please keep the candidate responses to the questions in these forums and in the various voter questionnaires in mind when you vote on Nov. 6. 

Live Stream of the Gubernatorial Debate

October 19, 2018

We have replaced the live video stream of the debate with a recording so that you may watch it again today.

Getting Ready to Vote

State Senator Kathleen Vinehout
October 15, 2018

“I talked with a group of women in Galesville,” my friend Mary Lee told me. “They were full of questions about the election, like when is it, where do I vote, how do I find out if I’m registered?” Mary is one of many folks helping to make sure people know and when to vote.

Why You Should Vote in the Midterm Election: Redistricting for Starters - League of Women Voters of Wisconsin

October 15, 2018
By Andrea Kaminski, LWVWI Board of Directors A basic tenet of our democracy is that election outcomes should represent the will of the people. Fair voting districts are crucial to ensuring our representative are responsible to us, the people, and the issues that affect our daily lives.

WISCONSIN 2018 MIDTERM ELECTION CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE

October 13, 2018

Election Commission will have ambitious meeting before Nov. Election

September 24, 2018

The Wisconsin Elections Commission will hold a particularly long and extensive meeting tomorrow, Sept. 25. Part of the meeting will be devoted to getting feedback on plans to spend the $7 million federal grant for election security. Approximately $2.4 million of that money has been allocated to hire additional staff for security purposes, particularly before the November election. This money will be used to hire six additional staff for the next four years.

Kriss Marion (D) Interview - Senate District 17 Candidate

Campaign 2018: Kriss Marion (D) Candidate for 17th SD

September 18, 2018

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