A partial recount starts Friday in Milwaukee and Dane counties.
Western suburb’s political evolution gives once-dominant Republicans the Tosa blues
In 2016, the poll suggested Wisconsin’s electoral votes would go to Hillary Clinton. This year, it got the candidate right, but the margin was still off.
Only one municipality flipped from 2016 to 2020, and the biggest changes center around turnout and third parties.
Wisconsin’s last two statewide recounts didn’t affect the outcome of either race and led Republicans to make recounts more difficult
Two Milwaukee County suburbs switched from red to blue this election.
For those of you who voted ahead of time, here’s what it’s like to vote in-person. For those of you who haven’t voted yet, get to the polls before 8 p.m.
Milwaukee and Waukesha counties both say they are prepared for voters.
One subset of Wisconsin women could be the clearest path to victory for the candidates seeking to secure our critical swing state.
The leader of the state’s most trusted poll talks about people who don’t pick up the phone, getting it wrong, and polling in a pandemic.