A Better Wisconsin Together Applauds Governor Evers’ Veto of Bad Faith GOP Maps

Last month, the Wisconsin Supreme Court deemed the current GOP-drawn state legislative maps unconstitutional. Instead of acting to pass fair maps that are up to constitutional standards, Republicans engaged in a desperate, last ditch effort to, as one Republican legislator said “... take our best shot at keeping the majority.”

President Biden Celebrates Economic, Infrastructure Wins with Wisconsinites

A Better Wisconsin Together is thanking President Biden for spending time in Wisconsin today to celebrate the job creation, economic strides, and funding for the Badger State’s roads, bridges, and transportation infrastructure made possible by historic Biden Administration investments. 

A Better Wisconsin Together Applauds Governor Evers’ 2024 State of the State Address

In tonight’s State of the State address, Governor Tony Evers doubled down on his commitment to supporting working families, protecting Wisconsinites’ freedoms, standing up for public schools, and continuing to lead Wisconsin forward despite Republican attempts to divide our communities by putting their own partisan interests over what’s best for the people of Wisconsin.

GOP Poised to Green-light Legislative Vote on Severely Restrictive Abortion Ban

Following a public hearing yesterday on state Republicans’ newest abortion ban proposal, which resulted in hours of testimony from Wisconsinites expressing their support for abortion rights and strong opposition to the bill, the GOP-controlled Assembly Committee on Health Aging and Long-Term Care will decide today if the bill can continue to advance toward becoming law.

OP-ED: 3 Years After January 6 Insurrection, Wisconsin Republicans’ Involvement is an Ongoing Threat to Democracy

As we mark the third anniversary of the events that unfolded on January 6, the political violence unleashed by the MAGA faction that day continues to reverberate in Wisconsin, and not just in election denial or efforts to derail holding insurrectionists accountable. Their extremism extends to policies denying people bodily autonomy, intimidating educators from teaching our real history, and putting corporate profits before our well being.

OP-ED: 2023 A Year in Review

As 2023 comes to a close, Wisconsinites are at the end of a year marked by historic progress on important issues like abortion access, fair maps, and more - but it was also a year marked by GOP obstruction and skewed priorities on issues that matter to Wisconsinites. 

President Biden Celebrates Economic, Clean Water Wins with Wisconsinites

Today, President Joe Biden visited Milwaukee to celebrate the economic, climate, and clean water strides happening in Wisconsin, many of them made possible by Biden Administration investments like the CHIPS Act, Inflation Reduction Act, and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. 

OP-ED: How State Republicans Missed Opportunities for Wisconsin Families, While Democrats and Gov. Evers Championed Constituent Concerns This Legislative Session

From affordable child care and paid family leave, to abortion care, fully funded public schools, clean water and marijuana legalization, Wisconsinites want leaders who deliver on the issues that matter most to us. But as we look back on the year that was, we see time and again the Republican controlled legislature not only ignored the issues that matter to Wisconsin families, but obstructed action from Gov. Evers and legislative Democrats to deliver real solutions to issues facing our families and communities.

A Better Wisconsin Together Calls for Bob Spindell, Jim Troupis to Resign From Public Positions as Fake Electors Admit Roles in Improper Attempt to Overturn 2020 Election

Amid breaking news that fake electors from Wisconsin have admitted to their role in 2020 election sabotage, A Better Wisconsin Together is calling on Wisconsin Election Commissioner Bob Spindell and Judicial Conduct Advisory Committee member Jim Troupis - who both played huge roles in what is now an admitted scheme to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Wisconsin - to resign from their positions.

Oral Arguments Kick Off in Case Seeking Fair Maps for Wisconsinites

Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case that challenges Wisconsin’s gerrymandered state legislative maps, and seeks to ensure - through fair maps - that every vote holds equal weight and politicians can be properly held accountable at the ballot box.