In the latest installment of the Wedge Issues podcast, Cap Times news editor Jason Joyce joined Jessie Opoien to talk about election night, what stood out from the results and what to watch for in the coming weeks. You can listen here.
Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic challenger, state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers, both talked to the Cap Times for the Wedge Issues podcast, where, in addition to the serious questions, they fielded some lighter queries in a “lightning round.” The Cap Times has published some of their answers here.
On the last episode of Wedge Issues before Election Day, WisPolitics reporter Briana Reilly joins Jessie Opoien to talk about the poll numbers for Walker-Evers, Baldwin-Vukmir and Schimel-Kaul — and what they’re watching in the days before Nov. 6. You can listen here.
Josh Kaul, an attorney who successfully challenged Wisconsin voting laws and the son of former attorney general Peg Lautenschlager, launched a challenge against Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel last year. He joined Cap Times reporter Katelyn Ferral to discuss his campaign, his career and of course, his favorite Wisconsin beer and cheese. > Cap Times
In the latest installment of the Cap Times’ Wedge Issues podcast series, hear what reporters Jessie Opoien and Erik Lorenzsonn learned from young voters in Eau Claire and Oshkosh on what motivates them to participate in politics, which issues are most important to them and how they feel about the current candidates.
Join Cap Times reporters Jessie Opoien and Erik Lorenzsonn this week for a recap of the Aug. 14 primary election results and a preview of what to watch between now and the Nov. 6 general election. > Cap Times
For voters still making up their mind — particularly in the Democratic gubernatorial primary — here’s a round-up of interviews with candidates and strategists. > Cap Times