Marquette Wire

Bipartisan watch party held in Johnston Hall J-Pad

Alex Garner, News Reporter

November 7, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, Metro & Politics, News, News

Faculty members from across Marquette's colleges held a midterm election watch party Tuesday night in the Johnston Hall J-Pad room.

Why did you vote? Students share their stories

Emma Tomsich, News Reporter

November 7, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, Metro & Politics, News

Marquette students went to cast their votes today, some for the first time while others went to the AMU. Some had to go to off-campus locations to cast their ballot. Students shared personal testimonies on why voting is important to them.

Marijuana referendum appears on Nov. 6 ballot

Annie Mattea, News Reporter

October 30, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, News, News

The legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational use is on the Wisconsin Nov. 6 ballot in 16 counties, including Milwaukee county, and two cities as a referendum.

Marquette law school poll finds discrepancies between genders

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter

October 30, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, Metro & Politics, News

A Marquette Law School poll conducted Oct. 3-7 that included 1,000 registered voters in Wisconsin found discrepancies between genders in which candidates they supported.