Beyond The Ballot
Stories from across Wisconsin
This election season, Wisconsin Public Radio is going “Beyond The Ballot.” We’re finding out what people really care about and we’re meeting them where they are — out in the community. Your voices will inform our election coverage this year.
May 17, 2018
Joclyn Durr Sumner is an educational consultant for people with developmental disabilities, a job that was inspired by her son, who was born without a...
May 24, 2018
Carson Tomony, a junior at Madison East High School, has learned about candidates and where they stand on the issues. He and his classmates have also noticed...
May 03, 2018
Anna Sniadach, 17-year-old Madison East High School student, would vote in this fall’s elections if she could, but she’ll be about a month too young.
April 23, 2018
Taden Ellenbolt, age 17, plans to vote in this fall’s elections because, but also acknowledges that some government programs do more for him than others.
April 25, 2018
Since she turned 18, Madison East High School senior Ayden Romer has voted twice — once in the primary in February and again in the spring election in April.
April 12, 2018
Halley Pucker and Dana Gerber-Margie graduated college during the recession, but student loan debt has left them feeling financially strained.
April 05, 2018
There are about 900,000 private wells in Wisconsin, making groundwater contamination a main issue for some residents.
April 02, 2018
A Madison father said he would like to see his elected officials have more of a presence in the #MeToo movement.
April 02, 2018
Going into the fall election, Caitlin Meilahn has questions about recent tax reform and Gov. Scott Walker's varied stance on abortion.
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