Milwaukee deserves a second chance. Here’s who’s fighting for it.
In 2016, Clinton spoke about Philadelphia’s history and Trump promised jobs to Ohio, but Biden is not alone in skipping a shoutout to the host city.
It’s not what we expected, but it’s here.
Democrats have largely changed their approach to campaigning due to the pandemic while Republicans have been touring the state with and without masks. Which approach will voters prefer in November?
If the convention had been in-person, visitors would’ve been greeted with perfect weather and a picturesque Milwaukee.
Here’s what’s happening during the 2020 DNC and how to tune in.
Is Milwaukee still getting attention from national media?
Bronzeville Crossing will introduce travelers to the neighborhood’s history and businesses.
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