Barry Burden explains how the Supreme Court’s decision does not mean the debate over it will be going away any time soon.
Kenneth Mayer explains how the Democratic Debate is the start of voters making up their minds about who to vote for.
Eleanor Powell explains why it is difficult to link contributions to influence over policy.
Kenneth Mayer comments on Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand’s proposal for “democracy dollars” where voters would receive a voucher to donate to their prefered candidate.
David Canon discusses the potential a Democratic candidate has to take back Wisconsin and other Rust-Belt states in 2020.
Young Mie Kim puts the Mueller Report in the context of her research into Russian interference and digital disinformation.
Michael Wagner talks about what the Wisconsin Supreme Court Election may mean for 2020.
Katherine Cramer talks about her “digital hearths” project designed to facilitate community conversations and engages Madison residents on issues related to the upcoming mayoral election.
Barry Burden talks to the Financial Times about how a third-party run from Howard Schultz is unlikely given existing structural barriers to entry.
Katherine Cramer talks to the Journal Sentinel about how Walker emphasized the rural-urban divide in the state during his tenure. She is the author of The Politics of Resentment, an investigation into “rural consciousness” and the …