Rock County Clerk Lisa Tollefson said a federal court ruling on voting rules has not yet taken effect.
Rep. Bryan Steil wants to name a post office after the Civil War colonel whose statue was pulled down in a protest in Madison this week.
Rep. Bryan Steil plans to name a health care worker of the year.
Votes by the state Elections Commission on Wednesday affected races in the 1st Congressional and 44th Assembly districts.
Candidates in the 1st Congresssional District and 44th Assembly District say they should be given a break because of pandemic restrictions.
Challenges to nominating signatures have been filed against the Republican challenger to Rep. Bryan Steil and one of the two Democrats running for the 1st District seat in Aug. 11 primaries.
The race for the Assembly District 45 seat will pit incumbent Rep. Mark Spreitzer, D-Beloit, against Republican challenger Tawny Gustina of Beloit.
The 32nd Assembly District race will feature a rematch in November between one of the top Republicans in the Assembly and a town of Delavan Democratic challenger who ran unsuccessfully in 2018.
The two candidates competing for the 43rd Assembly District seat agreed Wisconsin has done some things right in the fight against COVID-19 but had their own ideas about what should be done next.
Nine-year incumbent state Rep. Amy Loudenbeck will face off against a high school English teacher this fall.
Current city council member Sue Conley, a Democrat, and former city council member DuWayne Severson, a Republican, are running for the state Assembly seat alongside Reese Wood, a Libertarian.
Incumbent Lisa Tollefson and challenger Yuri Rashkin both submitted nomination papers by Monday’s deadline.
An Elkhorn woman who has worked in the Walworth County Clerk of Courts Office and with the county’s corporation counsel has announced her run for the elected register of deeds post.
The question of how to protect the public from the coronavirus continued to be a political football after Wednesday's state Supreme Court ruling.
Reese Wood of Janesville has taken out papers to run for the 44th Assembly District seat.
Rock County Clerk Lisa Tollefson faces a challenge from county board member Yuri Rashkin in the fall elections.
Angela Cunningham announced she is suspending her campaign; two other still in race for Democratic nomination.
Milton resident and small business owner Beth Drew is running as a Republican to represent the 43rd Assembly District.
Elkhorn Area School District voters said "yes" to a proposal to buy the St. Patrick’s School building, which houses Options Charter School, and add $200,000 to the district’s operational budget.
A newcomer to politics received the most votes in the Janesville City Council race April 7, ousting the current council president, who lost by fewer than 50 votes.
More than 1,000 voters passed the referendum with a 54% vote. The recurring money will focus on different aspects of students and retain the staff within the district.
Rock County voters destroyed a previous record for absentee voting in the April 7 elections, no doubt because of COVID-19 fears.
Rep. Mark Pocan will hold a telephone conference with constituents Thursday.
Dozens of voters streamed into the old Sears store in Janesville as voting began Tuesday morning.
Clerks across Rock County and the state were waiting and wondering Monday evening whether they would be holding an election Tuesday or not. They decided it was best to be prepared.
An Orfordville Parkview School Board member who had bowed out of Tuesday's school board election says he's back in it, citing the coronavirus pandemic.
Whitewater is only going to have one polling place for Tuesday’s election because of the novel coronavirus, the city announced Wednesday.
Absentee ballots for city of Beloit Wards 5, 6 and 7 will be reissued because Rock County Board candidate Jacob Taylor was left off the ballot.
Three incumbents and one other candidate are vying for three seats on the Evansville School Board.
The two residents in the April 7 race to become Delavan's new mayor bring varying experiences and community ties to the job.
Incumbent Kathy Ingersoll is facing a challenge for her District 6 seat on the Walworth County Board.
Dave Malisow, 53, and Paul Wilson, 59, will be on the ballot for the April 7 election. Both men have been involved in the community for many years, but neither has served on the council before.
One newcomer and two incumbents are running for two seats on the Elkhorn Area School Board. Terms for the seven-member board last three years.