We take a look at state, county and city races on the April 5 ballot.
The shift of power in Milwaukee County government is proving to be an important part of the race between Chris Abele and Chris Larson.
When a well-worn political springboard falls short.
Originally meant to prevent delays, Wisconsin’s prompt payment law has come to mean hefty payouts for private businesses.
Although minorities make up nearly half of Milwaukee’s population, the city has never elected a person of color as mayor. And after Ald. Joe Davis came up short in Tuesday’s mayoral primary, that will be the case again in 2016.
Should Supreme Court justices endorse each other?
What if polls ran not just political campaigns but the governments to which they aspire?
In the race for Milwaukee County Executive, incumbent Chris Abele is spending early, indicating he’s not taking this election for granted. We break down some of the factors at play in his campaign against state Sen. Chris Larson.
Why a Hampton Inn cost taxpayers more than $10 million.
Which candidate would make the best little league coach and other observations from the Milwaukee Magazine Media Overflow Room.