Explaining the supply change problems, A Wisconsin surfing connection, Elections recommendations from a 2020 audit

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A supply chain management expert explains some of the factors contributing to slowed global shipping and fluctuating costs for goods. Then the relative of surfing legend Tom Blake tells us about his life, which is also the subject of a new Washburn Area Historical Society Museum exhibit. And we talk with a state Republican lawmaker about the results of an election audit that found no widespread voter fraud in 2020.

Featured in this Show

  • What's up with the supply chain shortage?

    As global supply chain disruptions continue, consumers are being urged to start their holiday shopping now if they want their gifts to arrive on time. We look at what’s causing the shipping problems and what it may take to alleviate them.

  • One of the forefathers of surfing was from… Wisconsin?

    A new exhibit at the Washburn Area Historical Society Museum celebrates one of the most legendary surfers of all time, who influenced the establishment and style of the sport: Tom Blake. Blake just so happened to be from Wisconsin. Blake’s nephew joins the program to talk about his uncle’s legacy.

  • Co-chair of Legislature's Joint Audit Committee discusses findings of nonpartisan election audit

    The Legislative Audit Bureau found no widespread voter fraud or wrongdoing in its recently released review of the 2020 election in Wisconsin. We discuss the findings, and recommendations made in the report, with one of the Republican lawmakers who ordered the audit.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Pete Lukszys Guest
  • Tom Blake Guest
  • Samantha Kerkman Guest

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