Voting at UW-Green Bay yesterday went smoothly according to media outlets and University Union personnel. The biggest rush was the early morning when some voters waited in line about 30 minutes. By mid-afternoon, lines were nearly non-existent.
Former Log editor and media relations director Christopher Sampson knows a little about UWGB history. He was moved to write in from recent retirement to share some insight about the dispute involving the City of Green Bay Clerk’s Office and ease of voting for UW-Green Bay students living on campus. The flurry of state and […]
Yesterday, the Student Government Association sponsored an absentee ballot registration drive. More than 20 students registered to get their election ballots via mail or email, in order to avoid the long Election Day voting lines. Want to vote absentee and avoid the line? It’s not too late. Download and print your one-page registration form (pdf) […]
UW System General Counsel Tom Stafford reminds us of the rights and responsibilities as university employees regarding participation in political campaigns. A document has been posted on Chancellor Gary Miller’s website for your convenience. Please contact Ron Pfeifer email@example.com if you have questions.
Leaders of student political groups say they want to be able to cast ballots on campus before Election Day. Green Bay residents will be able to vote at City Hall starting Monday, September 26. UWGB student government association president, Nikolas Austin hand delivered a letter to Green Bay City Clerk Kris Teske last week requesting […]
This week (July 18-22), UW-Green Bay’s Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs) makes multiple appearances on Good Day Wisconsin to discuss the Republican National Convention taking place this week in Ohio. Weinschenk will be speaking on what is to come, and providing updates as the week progresses. Here’s interviews from July 19 and from July […]
Tammy Baldwin recently visited UWGB to hold a roundtable discussion on her “In the Red” legislation. Senator Dave Hansen was also present to speak about his college affordability efforts at the state level. Current and former students shared their stories about funding their college education and paying off student debt. See the photo.
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin visited UW-Green Bay recently to hold a roundtable discussion for her “In the Red” legislation. Former and current students shared their stories about funding their college education and paying off student debt. Senator Dave Hansen was also present to speak about his college affordability efforts at the state level.
UW-Green Bay’s heavy voter turnout and long lines made news in coverage of the polls in Wisconsin’s presidential primary elections on Tuesday night (April 5). Press Gazette: Long lines Journal Sentinel: Heavy turnout WBAY Video: Lines remain after polls close, students didn’t mind the wait
During an hour-long speech in front of more than 2,000 people at the Kress Events Center on the UW-Green Bay campus Friday night (April 1, 2016), U.S. Senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders told his supporters to stay energetic and engaged. See the photos from the event.