The lack of contested races for local government offices may be one reason why turnout for spring elections in Wisconsin is typically much lower than in the fall.
The countdown is on for the WNA’s largest annual event! Online registration is open for the 2018 WNA Convention & Trade Show, which will be held April 12-13 at the Sheraton Madison Hotel near downtown Madison.
Representatives of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and publishers from nearly 30 states met with federal lawmakers in Washington, D.C., today to address new newsprint tariffs that could have serious consequences for the newspaper industry.
Content may be king, but it’s good design that makes your content better, keeps it organized and compels people to read it.
Wisconsin’s nonpartisan spring elections tend to be low turnout affairs. About one-fourth as many eligible voters make it to spring polls as in the fall.
The Driftless Wisconsin Wine & Cheese Trail welcomes its travelers to enjoy Wisconsin’s agritourism industry by taking in the region’s stunning views and delicious wines and cheeses.
With the upcoming state Supreme Court race next month and big fall races for governor and U.S. Senate, some other contests like attorney general are chugging along without much attention.
Gov. Scott Walker, several journalists and a courageous private-sector employee are among those honored by the 2017-18 Openness Awards
Mike Haas, who came under fire from Senate Republicans, will be easing out of his job as the top administrator at the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
With the Rock River at its heart, the city of Beloit is a lively, community-oriented city that simultaneously radiates country charm and urban flair.