Library relief grants, The future of election administration

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Public libraries around the state are getting creative with federal relief grant money. We find out about the new programs they’re investing in and take your shout-outs for your local library system. We also look at other options for state election administration, with some Republican candidates for governor proposing to scrap the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

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    We learn about some of the creative ways libraries around Wisconsin are using relief fund grants. Then we hear from listeners about why they love their local booklenders.

  • Wisconsin Republicans propose overhauling election administration

    Wisconsin Republican leaders, including all four candidates running for Governor against Tony Evers, have proposed overhauling or eliminating the Wisconsin Elections Commission. We explore what that would look like and what other options there are for the state’s election system.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Madeline Fox Guest
  • Leah Langby Guest
  • Philip Chen Guest