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Gov. Scott Walker speaks during his first State of the State Address.

Walker wins re-election

Joe Ballard, News Editor November 5, 2014

Gov. Scott Walker won his third election in four years and will remain governor of Wisconsin after defeating Democratic challenger Mary Burke on Tuesday night in the Nov. 4 election. The most expensive...

Protestors rally for minimum wage increase

Marisa Comeau-Kerege, Arts Editor October 29, 2014

Minimum wage workers rallied on the Capitol steps Tuesday Oct. 14, to protest Governor Walker’s and the Department of Workforce Development’s inaction on raising the minimum wage to a living wage. The...

Gov. Scott Walker and Mary Burke are in a dead-heat in their race for governor.

Students share views on governor’s race

Joe Ballard, News Editor October 29, 2014

Many contentious issues will drive voters to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4. Recent polls show the 2014 Governor’s race is still anyone’s game and Madison College students will cast their ballots with...

Political advertising

Political advertising

Yoon Park, Staff Writer October 29, 2014

As tensions rise before the upcoming Wisconsin gubernatorial election, television viewers are being subjected to a slew of new ads designed to sway voters. Some ads have come to a clear case of mudslinging,...

Candidates differ on same-sex marriage

Anna Richter, Staff Writer October 29, 2014

My Dads were finally able to legally wed this year thanks to the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage. They already wore gold wedding bands and owned a house together in Madison. To family and...

Endorsement: Mary Burke would move state forward

Joe Pruski, Opinion Editor October 28, 2014

Gov. Scott Walker’s 2014 campaign slogan of “Moving Wisconsin Forward” should be changed. The phrase “Keeping Wisconsin Stagnant” or “A Mediocre Wisconsin” would be a more fitting representation...

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