Wisconsin Democrats gathering for their annual state convention this weekend are intent on re-electing Gov. Tony Evers and defeating Republican Sen. Ron Johnson, but also know that history is against them in the midterm year and that voters are struggling with high inflation, rising gas prices and growing concerns about a recession.
As coronavirus cases continue to increase across Wisconsin, especially on college campuses, Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday that he has not yet decided whether to extend his statewide mask mandate that is set to expire Sept. 28.
A wide majority of Wisconsin residents support requiring masks to be worn in all public places as concern about the coronavirus rises, a new Marquette University Law School poll released Tuesday showed.
A majority of Wisconsin residents still support the “safer at home” order issued by Gov. Tony Evers in response to the coronavirus pandemic, but that support is down from where it was six weeks ago, according to a Marquette University Law School poll released Tuesday.
Although the Republican-controlled Legislature continued to work with Democratic Gov. Tony Evers on a state coronavirus relief package, a new poll released Wednesday showed broad support for the actions taken already to close schools and businesses and limit gatherings to slow the spread of the disease.
President Donald Trump's support in Wisconsin showed little signs of change in the latest Marquette University Law School poll, which was released Wednesday. Respondents to the survey more often expressed opposition to removing him from office than approval for attempts to oust him after the House voted for impeachment.
A newly released poll suggests opposition is growing to a central part of Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed transportation budget: higher gas taxes for more roadwork.
In a sign of how difficult it will to reach a deal on road funding, 52 percent of the respondents to the latest Marquette University Law School pool said they don't support raising gas taxes or fees for that purpose.
A Marquette University Law School poll released on Wednesday shows Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic opponent, Tony Evers, remain locked in a dead heat with 47 percent support each just six days before the election.
Less than a month before election day, Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic challenger Tony Evers are back in a statistical dead heat, according to a new Marquette University Law School poll released on Wednesday.
With seven weeks to go in a competitive governor’s race, it’s unlikely voters will get a glimpse of a plan to repair Wisconsin’s much-maligned roadways before election day. A Wisconsin Department of […]
With the election just seven weeks away, Republicans in Wisconsin are working to generate enthusiasm even as Democrats boast that a blue wave is coming.
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