Students’ choices on election day fueled Donald Trump’s surprise win in Wisconsin. Journalism students fanned out to ask what motivated young people, or turned them off.
Wisconsinites overwhelmingly voted Republican for the first time in a presidential election since 1984. Evan Casey reports.
In Milwaukee county, nearly 50,000 fewer votes were cast in 2016 than in 2012. Andrew Boldt reports.
Turnout was low in some of Milwaukee’s poorest neighborhoods. Amanda Becker reports.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students are reflecting on the surprising results of the presidential election in Wisconsin. Cassie Bretl has the story.
The 2016 Presidential election was viewed by many voters as nasty, with extreme views, mudslinging, and scandals chasing both major candidates. To stay out of the fray, many Milwaukee County residents opted not to vote. Maren Orlowski reports.
UWM students reflect on their impressions of the election. Harald Reynolds reports.
Some Wisconsin voters decided to go a different direction and vote third party. John Fennimore reports.
Evan Heffelfinger talks with students whose decisions on election day affected the surprising outcome.
Milwaukee residents contributed to the election day trends that turned Wisconsin red. Rhea Riley Reports.