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Here are your 2022 election candidates

Here are your 2022 election candidates

Josh Stoughton, Assist. Community Journalist October 30, 2022

It's that time of year again when United States citizens get inundated with ads about the upcoming midterm election vote for U.S. Senate and U.S. Legislature seats. But besides the national election comes...

UW-Madison alumnus, senior auditor and Emeritus (Languages and Literatures) Professor George Savag

All students should vote

George Savage, Contributor October 30, 2022

As a Professor Emeritus (Languages and Literatures) who is fearful for our state and national democracies, I urge ALL Whitewater students to vote by November 8. In my lifetime, elections have always been...

Winners of elections, now leaders of communities

Winners of elections, now leaders of communities

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor April 10, 2022

The city of Whitewater saw 1,276 votes cast at its Tuesday, April 6 Spring Election. The elections were for the remaining municipal seats on the Whitewater Common Council and on the Whitewater Unified...

The League of Women Voters of Whitewater Area hosted a forum with Whitewater School Board candidates Saturday, March 12 in City Hall. Whitewater residents will vote Tuesday, May 5.

School board candidates focus on future

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor April 3, 2022

The Whitewater community will be holding their election for the Whitewater Unified School District School Board April 5, 2022 with four candidates running for a seat at the table. Among the candidates...

We still need change

‘We still need change’

Henri Kinson, Contributer March 27, 2022

The Whitewater School District has an election on Tuesday, April 5th. Despite the welcome results last year, the district still faces a problematic, underperforming culture. It's burdened with three school...

Joe is one of those candidates we need to vote for

Joe is one of those candidates we need to vote for

Rob Binning , Contributer March 27, 2022

It's an honor to write this letter of support for Joe Kromholz for the Whitewater Unified School District School Board. One of the biggest challenges of every school district in Wisconsin. It was created...

Common Council candidates Jim Allen, Jill Gerber and Chuck Mills answer questions from the public in a forum at Whitewater City Hall Saturday, March 12.

Common Council candidates stumping for seats

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor March 27, 2022

The city of Whitewater will host its upcoming spring general election April 5 for residents to choose from four Common Council candidates. The League of Women’s Voters in Whitewater Area held a candidate...

Whitewater Student Government President elect Davin Stavroplos (right) and Vice President
elect Allyson Weisbrod stand for a photo outside Minneiska Springs near the University Center.

Warhawks elect new student government leadership

Carina Lopez Quintero, News Editor April 25, 2021

Junior Davin Stavroplos will be the next president of Whitewater Student Government (WSG) along with senior running mate Allyson Weisbrod to serve as vice president. The ticket finished the 2021 Executive...

Jalal Nawash the Director of Undergraduate Research Programs on campus receives his ballot to vote at the Whitewater Armory Gym, Tuesday, April 6th.

April showers bring voting power

Kylie Jacobs, Managing Editor April 11, 2021

Whitewater joined the rest of the state of Wisconsin in voting for council members and representatives for the state school board. Voting occurred on April 6.  Preliminary results from voting showed...

Vote for new Whitewater Unified School District Board

Henri J. Kinson, Contributor March 28, 2021

The Whitewater School District has been suffering for years at the hands of an incompetent school board.  The election on Tuesday, April 6th, is our chance to change that.   Evident for a while,...

2020 vision of presidential election

2020 vision of presidential election

Andrew Abler, Journalist November 1, 2020

It’s election time once again, and like everything this year, things are looking a little different at the polls. With COVID-19 keeping people away from public places, mail-in ballot usage is at an all...

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