Jennifer Trost hopes that if elected to the La Crosse Common Council she can work to increase public participation in local government.
Mackenzie Mindel is a young candidate with lots of bold ideas. Read about her run for La Crosse Common Council here.
It was the kind of email no one wants to find in their inbox on a Friday afternoon.
K.C. Cayo is running on a platform of stronger protections for tenants, reducing and reallocating police spending, and bringing queer representation to the La Crosse Common Council.
You won’t want to miss Ope! Publishing’s free zine on the mayoral candidates, which offers a unique perspective on the election.
Watch a video recording of Thursday’s La Crosse Virtual Mayoral Forum.
Some of La Crosse’s biggest landlords are financially backing Jessica Olson’s mayoral candidacy.
The council on Thursday approved a delay in an incentive payment to two Weber companies due to the impact of the downturn on plans to redevelop the CenturyLink building.
Cities across the U.S. are starting to offer free child care at public meetings. Supporters in La Crosse say it could be a way to increase participation, particularly among those whose voices are often sidelined.
Jessica Olson on the statue, police reforms, the La Crosse Center, running for mayor, and owning up to her mistakes.