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Corporate giants pull funding from GOP lawmakers who voted to overturn election. Will Wisconsin-based business spenders follow suit?

A growing number of national companies heavily invested in political spending are distancing themselves or withdrawing support for members of Congress who voted last week to block the certification of President-Elect Joe Biden’s electoral victory. Some, like Facebook, Google and Microsoft, have announced plans to put all of their political donations on pause.

‘I was not sentenced to death’: As COVID-19 surges through Wisconsin prisons, New Lisbon inmates call for safer procedures

It’s a chilly afternoon in mid November outside the governor’s mansion in Madison, but Eugene Crisler’s young daughter isn’t deterred. Her older sister rests in the car, but she remains with her father as he fulfills a two-hour shift in an ongoing “sit-in” outside the residence.

No, Wisconsin voter turnout wasn't 'improbably high.' Here's the facts about turnout calculations

In the wake of former Vice President Joe Biden's win in Wisconsin by 23,000 votes according to unofficial totals, theories have been flying from social media influencers that involve miscalculations of turnout or comparisons of turnout rates that aren’t equal. Frequently located outside Wisconsin and picking up traction within the state on Twitter and Facebook, accounts posting about “improbably high” turnout or theories of “more votes than registrations” lack both context and facts. 

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