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Follow the Money: A Handy Guide to Some of the Organizations on the School Choice Gravy Train

One Wisconsin Institute compiled a list of the organizations that have been funded by the far-right Bradley Foundation of Milwaukee.
Diane Ravitch
09/06/2017
Press Release

One Wisconsin Institute Statements on GOP ‘On Many Sides’ Resolution

I will never understand what is so hard about unequivocal condemnation of neo-Nazi and other hate groups. Why must there always be a caveat?
One Wisconsin Institute
09/01/2017
Press Release

Student Debt Reform Advocates Unveil New Online Resource for Borrowers

Leading student debt advocates have joined together to mobilize support for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program with online resources at ProtectPSLF.org.
One Wisconsin Institute
08/16/2017
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Piling On: DeVos, Trump Make Student Loan Crisis Worse

One Wisconsin Institute, found that people with student loan debt are far more likely to rent versus own a home.
The Progressive
08/07/2017
Press Release

Donald Trump Undermines Bipartisan Wisconsin Selection Process

Donald Trump announced he would also be subverting the five-decades long practice of selecting a nominee forwarded by both Wisconsin United States Senators.
One Wisconsin Institute
08/04/2017
Press Release

Nomination of John K. Bush to Federal Court Moves Toward Vote in U.S. Senate

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote soon on the confirmation of Donald Trump’s nominee John K. Bush to the Sixth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals.
One Wisconsin Institute
07/20/2017
Press Release

One Wisconsin Statements on First Meeting of Trump Voter Suppression Committee

Scot Ross, Executive Director of One Wisconsin Institute released the following statements regarding the first meeting of Donald Trump’s voter suppression committee.
One Wisconsin Institute
07/19/2017
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This is the age most Americans pay off their student loans

A study from the OneWisconsin Institute finds that it takes graduates of Wisconsin universities 19.7 years to pay off a bachelor's degree.
CNBC
07/03/2017
In the News

Non-Educational Spending of Student Loan Funds Increasing

A survey by the One Wisconsin Institute found the average amount of time needed to repay a loan for a bachelor’s degree was about 21 years.
GoodCall
06/06/2017
Press Release

Integrity of Courts Requires Halting Consideration of Trump Nominees

The U.S. Senate should delay action on Donald Trump’s nominees until mounting questions about his administration are resolved
One Wisconsin Institute
05/16/2017
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6 Ways to Get Your Student Loans Forgiven

A study by One Wisconsin Institute revealed that on average, a graduate with a bachelor's degree will take 21 years to repay their student loans.
Associated Press
05/07/2017
In the News

New York is a beacon of free tuition…

The standard repayment plan is not nearly enough according to research done by One Wisconsin Institute.
Daily Titan
04/12/2017
In the News

Baldwin’s Supreme Court nominee fight is early flashpoint

"It is just another way that Tammy is stepping up for the things she believes in," said Jenni Dye, research director of One Wisconsin Now.
Associated Press
04/06/2017
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Americans Deserve Independent, Consensus Pick for U.S. Supreme Court

We deserve, and need, a consensus justice on our high court whose loyalty is to all American people and our American values, not one president nor one party.
Jenni Dye
03/14/2017
Press Release

Federal Court Hears Oral Arguments in Appeals on Voting Rights Case

A three judge panel today heard oral arguments in appeals of the federal voting rights case One Wisconsin Institute, et. al. v. Thomsen, et. al.
One Wisconsin Institute
02/24/2017
Press Release

Donald Trump Announces His Pick for Seat on U.S. Supreme Court

Donald Trump announced his pick for who he would like to fill a lifetime appointment to the United States Supreme Court.
One Wisconsin Institute
01/31/2017
Press Release

Donald Trump to Attempt to Fill Stolen U.S. Supreme Court Seat

The questions surrounding Donald Trump and his compliance with and commitment to following the United States Constitution are serious and unresolved.
One Wisconsin Institute
01/31/2017
Press Release

American People Deserve Answers Before Trump Makes High Court Pick

Donald Trump has announced, via Twitter, he intends to reveal his nominee to fill a vacancy on the United States Supreme Court next Thursday.
One Wisconsin Institute
01/27/2017
Press Release

One Wisconsin Institute Statements on Trump Phony Voter Fraud Claims

The only fraud in our elections are partisan politicians like Donald Trump and Gov. Scott Walker manipulating the voting laws for political gain.
One Wisconsin Institute
01/25/2017
Press Release

Statements of One Wisconsin Institute on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy by continuing the fight to secure the rights of all Americans to make their voices heard in our elections.
One Wisconsin Institute
01/15/2017
In the News

Voter Suppression Works Too Well

Frank v. Walker as well as One Wisconsin Institute, Inc., et al. v. Mark Thomsen, et al., both cases that contest Wisconsin’s photo-ID laws.
American Prospect
01/11/2017
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Scott Walker: Wisconsin is ‘still one of the easiest places in the country to vote’

Wisconsin saw record-high early voting numbers in the presidential election, made possible by a lawsuit filed by the liberal group One Wisconsin Institute.
Capital Times
12/27/2016
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Jenni Dye: It shouldn’t take Christmas miracle for Ron Johnson to do his job

Will Sen. Ron Johnson and the GOP deliver on a judge to fill the longest-running federal judicial vacancy in the nation – or will they deliver a lump of coal?
Capital Times
12/16/2016
Press Release

It Shouldn’t Take a Christmas Miracle for Ron Johnson to Do His Job

Instead of trying to rig federal courts for partisan gain, Johnson and his GOP colleagues should give American people the gift of democracy this holiday season.
One Wisconsin Institute
12/08/2016
Press Release

Statements of One Wisconsin Institute Regarding Potential Wisconsin Recount

Regardless of what Donald Trump tweets, we proved in court the real fraud is GOP politicians rigging the system by changing the rules for their partisan gain.
One Wisconsin Institute
11/28/2016
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At least 399 votes not counted because voter didn’t provide valid ID

Jenni Dye said the number of voters who had to cast provisional ballots because they lacked an ID is “really just the tip of the iceberg”
Wisconsin State Journal
11/23/2016
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Did Voter ID Hand Wisconsin to Trump?

Analiese Eicher, program and development director for One Wisconsin Institute, said the voter ID law had an impact on voter turnout.
Shepherd Express
11/15/2016
In the News

Why did Wisconsin see its lowest presidential election voter turnout in 20 years?

One Wisconsin Institute was a plaintiff in the case that overturned the state’s early voting restrictions.
Capital Times
11/11/2016
In the News

Madison Election Day turnout lower than 2012 so far

A judge ruled in the One Wisconsin Institute case that certain laws restricting voting rights are unconstitutional.
Capital Times
11/08/2016
In the News

Nearly 800,000 early votes cast so far in Wisconsin

Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Institute... issued a statement Monday calling early voting “an amazing success.”
Wisconsin State Journal
11/08/2016
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Counties won by Obama in 2012 lead Wisconsin in 2016 early voting

"These record numbers show that voters vote when given the opportunity to vote," said One Wisconsin Institute executive director Scot Ross.
Capital Times
11/07/2016
In the News

Russ Feingold, Ron Johnson deliver their closing arguments in Wisconsin Senate race

The reason why: record-setting early voting throughout the state. That’s thanks in part to a lawsuit filed by the liberal group One Wisconsin [Institute].
Capital Times
11/07/2016
Press Release

The Early Votes Are In

A federal court ruling in the voting rights suit paved the way for expanded days, hours and sites for early voting in Wisconsin.
One Wisconsin Institute
11/07/2016
Press Release

Data Confirms: Voters Vote When Given the Opportunity to Vote

One Wisconsin Institute v. Thomsen Federal Voting Rights Win Leads to Record-Setting Early Vote Numbers After GOP Restrictions Struck Down in Court
One Wisconsin Institute
11/03/2016
In the News

Green Bay city clerk refused early voting on campus for partisan reasons

One Wisconsin Institute provided the emails to The Associated Press, after The Nation first reported about them.
Wisconsin Gazette
11/03/2016
In the News

Mayor Barrett to report on early voting numbers

A ruling in response to a lawsuit filed by One Wisconsin Institute... lifted restrictions to early voting that was enacted by the Wisconsin Legislature.
WTMJ-TV
11/03/2016
In the News

Presidential Candidates’ Plans for Tackling Student Debt

The average amount of debt per student has increased more than 50 percent in the last decade, according to TICAS, and One Wisconsin Institute.
Loyola Phoenix
11/03/2016
Press Release

Real Life Stories Highlight Toll of Student Loan Crisis

One Wisconsin Institute has released two new videos of student loan borrowers telling their stories as part of their “I Am A Student Loan Voter” campaign.
One Wisconsin Institute
11/02/2016
In the News

Eric Genrich: ‘I want every eligible citizen to vote’

The decision in the One Wisconsin Institute v. Nichol case gave all Wisconsin communities the ability to offer additional in-person absentee voting opportunities.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
11/01/2016
In the News

2016 Election Lawsuit Tracker: The New Election Laws and the Suits Challenging Them

“This evidence makes clear that the State does not have a functioning safety net for its strict voter ID law,” the plaintiff, One Wisconsin Institute wrote.
ProPublica
10/28/2016
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Wisconsin clerk opposes potential campus voting site: ‘Students lean more toward the Democrats’

The emails from Teske were made public by One Wisconsin Institute, a liberal organization working to strike down a handful of Wisconsin voting restrictions.
The Week
10/28/2016
In the News

Did a Wisconsin election clerk block early voting because of ‘partisan bias’ against Democrats?

Says an election clerk in Green Bay refused to allow early voting on campus because she "was afraid it would help Democrats," showing "outrageous partisan bias."
Politifact
10/28/2016
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Wisconsin solicitor general says state’s voter ID law is ‘quite permissive,’ should be...

The liberal group One Wisconsin Institute had asked the judge to either suspend the voter ID law or put in place remedial measures.
Capital Times
10/28/2016
Press Release

Has Johnson Unwittingly Explained Why He’s Refusing to Do His Job?

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson Compares U.S. Constitution to a Contract, Then Tells Students, ‘You Rarely Read the Full Contract’
One Wisconsin Institute
10/27/2016
In the News

Madison early voters smashing previous records

The Legislature changed voting laws in 2012 to limit electronic delivery of absentee ballots... That measure was overturned in the One Wisconsin Institute case.
Capital Times
10/27/2016
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DMV must track down voters

The DMV must try to track down about 50 people who had their voting credentials returned as undeliverable... The lawsuit was brought by One Wisconsin Institute.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
10/27/2016
In the News

Wisconsin clerk rejects early voting site: Is that a form of voter suppression?

Ms. Teske also worried that making voting more accessible to students would favor the Democratic party, according to emails obtained by One Wisconsin Institute.
Christian Science Monitor
10/26/2016
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Wisconsin Democrats ask U.S. Department of Justice for help monitoring polls on Election Day

One Wisconsin Institute had asked the judge to either suspend the state's voter ID law or put in place remedial measures to address issues with the IDPP.
Capital Times
10/26/2016
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