Weinschenk pens data-driven piece on state Supreme Court election

“Voter turnout was low yet higher than the recent average for a February ballot when Wisconsin held a primary election for a state Supreme Court seat on Feb. 20, 2018. While debates rage on about whether judges should be elected at all, there are also differing views on the question of whether judicial elections should be partisan or non-partisan,” writes UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science). “Like it or not, partisanship has become a permanent feature in Wisconsin’s non-partisan Supreme Court elections.” The column is published in WisContext.