A Racine native, Jonathon most recently reported for the Racine Journal Times. He has a degree in multimedia journalism from Columbia College Chicago and was a digital news intern for two Chicago stations, WMAQ and WLS-TV.
From registration deadlines to the early voting period, it’s all here.
A GOP lawsuit and a conservative state Supreme Court could lead to ballots being challenged, thrown out.
A decision on the status of 130,000 voters is reportedly unlikely before the election.
Wisconsin is one of 30 states that disenfranchises people convicted of felonies who are out of prison but still on supervision.
Despite concerns, protests over removal of mail sorting machines, other proposed changes by Trump Administrations’ USPS, workers say they can handle ballot volume.
This Milwaukee photographer and videographer talks about the high stakes of the November election.
How decades of divestment, deindustrialization, and segregation have made Kenosha one of the worst places in the country for Black people to live.