Don't Miss our next event: Mopping Up Wisconsin's Map Mess

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Did you miss the State Superintendent of Schools Forum?

If you missed the forum featuring Deb Kerr and Jill Underly, you can catch up with it here.  While you are there check out everything on our YouTube Channel. 

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Spring 2021 Endorsements

We're endorsing Dr. Jill Underly for State Superintendent of Public Instruction and Katie Kegel for Milwaukee County Circuit Court, Branch 3. See our Endorsements page for our reasoning.

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Candidate Forum for Superintendent of Public Instruction

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Celebrate Our 2020 Success

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Keystone Pipeline is no loss

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In defense of the tube that would have pumped thick, low-grade petroleum, known as the Keystone Pipeline, through the center of this country, those defending this project have cooked up a barrel of nonsense. They claim that President Joe Biden’s executive order closing down work on the Keystone would put tens of thousands out of work.

Let us all be reminded that the people who work on this pipeline, like all construction projects, are on a temporary job. Once it is finished, or in this case terminated, they move onto the next construction project.

Did we all freak out for the workers who completed Miller Park? Not if we didn’t want to be laughed at, because we all knew they had other projects waiting for them.

So, no, there are not tens of thousands of jobs at risk here. If anything, the green economy, if done right, will employ many orders of magnitude of people.

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Spring 2021 Primary Election

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The 2021 Primary Election is only two weeks away. The most important election on that ballot statewide is the race for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. See a list of all the candidates and links to their statements, their websites, and their Facebook pages. The statements run long so for a very succinct three bullets about each, see the list at WEAU 13 News.

For lists of candidates for municipal, judicial, and school board elections, follow the links from our Races 2021 page. In many cases there will be no primary for the races because there are few races in which more than two candidates are competing. To request an absentee ballot and to see a sample ballot for your location, visit myVote.WI.gov.

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