There will be little celebration of what was once a wide-scale national event in MIlwaukee. The parties that do happen, will be entirely local.
What’s left of Milwaukee’s DNC? Really, not much.
With the DNC dialed back, Milwaukee is pretty much just hosting Joe Biden, so one of our editors wrote him a rambling letter full of suggestions for his visit.
A photographer and an arts journalist asked nearly 100 Milwaukeeans what democracy means to them.
The overflow will no longer reach as far as Madison and Oconomowoc, but Milwaukee hotels are still seeing a boost in bookings during a difficult time.
The Daily Beast reports that the 2020 DNC won’t be a celebration of Milwaukee, but rather a nomination of Joe Biden by Zoom. We are the losers in this scenario.
Jason Rae talks about the DNC and Milwaukee youth involvement.
For starters, no Fiserv Forum and no delegates.
As the DNC approaches, there are still a lot of unknowns.
The DNC has been delayed a month. Here’s what that means.