Volunteer reporter, Bill Meindl and professional web designer, Wendy Coriell, join Rhonda to discuss the LaBaye.org fiasco. Topics included: who is involved, the amount of taxpayer money being used, the mayor's beautification committee, the history of the website, the fact that website is unsearchable and unreachable by public schools, the question of the stability of the website due to outdated code, and the activity surrounding the project.
DACA Recipient, Gerardo Gonzalez, joins Rhonda to discuss the recent revocation of DACA. Topics included: Gerardo's History, what DACA is, how DACA can help unregistered immigrants further their education, the fear and uncertainty put upon immigrants, what it is like being an immigrant, government excuses, and the impact on people and communities.
Brown County Supervisors, Mark Becker and Paul Ballard, join Rhonda to discuss taking the criminal indicator box off of certain job applications. Topics included: How the checkbox for criminal information is banned in 24 states, why it is a good idea to limit it's use, moral benefits, keeping the box for people who apply to work with kids and money, increasing employment, removing unnecessary obstacles, and the move to take away odd justifications.
Wisconsin State Senator for District 19, Roger Roth joins Rhonda to discuss bringing back the certainty to the property assessment process on big box stores. Topics included: Owners of big box stores wanting lower property tax assessments, how Roger is looking to do something about the Dark Store Theory, what made him aware of the issue, businesses exploiting loopholes, business deed restrictions, how property assessors assess property, shopping influences, and how online shopping is influencing big box stores.
Former Principal and current member of the Green Bay Area Public School Board, Ed Dorff joins Rhonda to discuss the state of emergency in the Green Bay Area public schools. Topics included: Ed's background with schools, how an environment can shape a child's behavior, the problems at Washington Middle School, the school board waiting for a fix to the problems, the document in place for emergency situations, how GBAPS is addressing the student behavior problems, keeping student confidentiality, the responsibility of all levels of administration, what an elected person's job expectations are, and listening to the public responses.
2018 WI Gubernatorial candidate, Andy Gronik, joins Rhonda to discuss why he wants to run. Topics included: the importance of jobs and education, his desire for Wisconsin to be progressive again, the Foxconn deal, growing businesses, healthcare, successful business, budget, and school challenges.
Parent, and Concerned Citizen, Joseph Prosser, joins Rhonda to discuss the ongoing problems in the Green Bay Area Public Schools. Topics included: Washington Middle School behavioral problems, Golden Apple recipient teacher resigning, petition to remove Superintendent, ideas to fix the problems, Joseph's experience with education and his own child, and problems with sticker charts.
Aftercare Director for Eye Heart World, Dawn Spang, joins Rhonda to discuss the efforts put forth to stop Human Trafficking in Brown County. Topics included: the mission of Eye Heart World, what that outreach team does, who victims usually are, how victims are taken advantage of, social media dangers, how traffickers are being caught, the commitment of law enforcement, the toll being a victim takes on their health, strip clubs and any correlations made between human trafficking, and the areas of frequent occurrence.
2018 Democratic candidate for the U.S. House to represent the 1st Congressional District of Wisconsin, Randy Bryce, joins Rhonda and guest co-host Mary Ginnebaugh to discuss his campaign. Topics included: his history, Healthcare, secret meetups other candidates are having, how Randy is handling his campaign, being a good representative for the average person, and his plans for the foreseeable future.
Founder and President of Blue Jean Nation, Mike McCabe, joins Rhonda to discuss his interest in running for Wisconsin State Governor. Topics included: his philosophy behind his decision, money in politics, redistricting, American Healthcare Act, being an independent, the 2 party system, problems in voting, how the Governor is a servant to the people, and stimulating the economy.
Executive Director of Green Bay Action Sports Organization, Brian Schroeder, joins Rhonda to discuss Green Bay Action Sports Organization. Topics included: The history and story behind the creation of Green Bay Action Sports Organization, Brian's vision for GBASO, how the facilities are services to the communities they are a part of, healthy confidence children and young adults can gain from the social atmosphere, Brian's personal battle with an inoperable brain tumor and the benefit of CBD oil, and how working with Green Bay with their public facilities for skateboarding is beyond challenging and trying to rid Green Bay of the “prohibition on skateboards”.
Recovery Support Specialist and Case Manager, Tyler Luedke, joins Rhonda to discuss the importance of Medicaid. Topics included: Tyler's history with drug and alcohol addiction, the importance of treatment and facilities, Congressman Reid Ribble's work towards healthcare reform for mental health, and working on ending the stigmas of mental disorders.
Green Bay alderman for District 10, Mark Steuer, joins Rhonda to discuss the current situation with the Hotel Northland project. Topics included: mention of Mark's article published in Voyageur magazine, brief Green Bay history surrounding the time Hotel Northland was erected, maintaining the integrity of the hotel via historic preservation, a cancelled tour, workers working without pay, and the ongoing seats at the table per the proposal of the project.
Political Radar Pulse [Archived] Episode : Brown County Sales Tax Increase with Mark Becker and Paul Ballard
Brown County Supervisors, Mark Becker and Paul Ballard, join Rhonda to discuss the recent approval of a 0.5% sales tax in Brown County. Topics included: $225 Million Proposal for Brown County, Proposal includes Green Bay adding a Medical Examiner, funding projects, how Green Bay City Council can halt projects, and doing research to be well informed.
Operation Desert Storm veteran and an advocate for people with disabilities, John Jahnke, joins Rhonda to discuss health insurance, Medicaid and the current political legislation. Topics included: John's history with family and health insurance, coverage of healthcare, what it means to be self insured, how he works to assist people to be independent on receiving services, the affordability of medicaid, institutionalized mental healthcare, and how he met Mike Gallagher and discussed the current state of healthcare.
Political Radar Pulse [Archived] Episode : Open Carry in Green Bay Municipal Buildings with Ed Foral
Firearms Advocate Ed Foral, joins Rhonda to discuss the decision Green Bay City Council could make regarding a weapons ban in City Hall. Topics included: Ed's history with firearms, the situation during a Green Bay City Council meeting that brought the issue of open carrying a guns in municipal buildings to a head, compromises that could be had, the definition of a well regulated militia within the 2nd amendment of the constitution, and to provide a rational conversation from differing points of view.
Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Harvey Kaye, joins Rhonda to discuss some of the reasons that could have led up to President Donald Trump being elected. Topics included: a brief history of presidential administrations, democracy, corruption, inequality, and theories based on historical events affecting current American mindsets.
UntitledTown Directors, Alex Galt and Wendy Wimmer Schuchart join Rhonda to discuss their book and author festival in Green Bay. Topics included: the origin of the event, bringing the community together, the impact of sponsors, star power, and the positive impact literacy has on life.
Political Radar Pulse [Archived] Episode : Concealed Carry at City Council with Barbara Dorff and Randy Scannell
Green Bay Alders, Barbara Dorff and Randy Scannell join Rhonda to discuss the City Council agenda item for concealed and open carry consideration in government buildings. The topics included: heated Colburn pool discussions, getting involved in city politics without fear, and banning open carry of weapons in city hall.
Development Director for Green Bay, Kevin Vonck joins Rhonda to discuss economic project planning. The topics included: TIF and TID, different types of land and their uses, the Whitney School project, costs versus benefits, and how property taxes can be efficiently implemented.
Bob Harlow joins Rhonda to discuss his campaign to be the next Wisconsin Governor. The topics included: why he is running, how to bring people back to Wisconsin, expanding broadband internet coverage through public utility, infrastructure, protection of natural places, high speed rail, funding for public schools, districting.
Political Radar Pulse [Archived] Episode : Broadway Development in Downtown Green Bay with Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson, the Executive Director of On Broadway Inc., joins Rhonda to discuss the upcoming events and plans for the Broadway district. The topics included: The Shipyard, outside entertainment venue, the farmers market, development, and fun/quirky events for the community to enjoy.
Political Radar Pulse [Archived] Episode : Green Bay Area Public School Referendums with Brenda Warren
Brenda Warren, the Board President for the Green Bay Area Public School District, joins Rhonda to discuss the upcoming Green Bay Area Public School Referendums. The topics included the following: overcrowding, safe and secure entrances, space for programs, increase in revenue, and revenue limits.
Heidi Fagre and Laura McCoy candidates for the Green Bay Area Public School District school board, join Rhonda and Elliot to discuss their stances on the current state of education. They discuss teacher salaries, the role of principals, changes that need to be made to retain teachers and paying teachers based on performance.
Brown County Republican Chairwoman Marian Krumberger, joins Rhonda and Elliot to clarify the platform of the Brown County Republican Party. They discuss the party's involvement in non-partisan elections, how the party trains new candidates, the values of the Republican party, and marijuana legalization.
Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss what his job entails. Topics covered include the Brown County Library East Branch, Public Health Division on Broadway in Green Bay, and the importance of the STEM Innovation Center to the community.
Live from Kavarna Coffeehouse, it's Political Radar! Green Bay Aldermen Bill Galvin (district 4) and Chris Wery (District 8), join Rhonda and Elliot for Political Radar's first ever live recording. Topics covered include recent events at Green Bay City Hall, Hotel Northland, team building, homelessness, along with many other questions asked by viewers.
Human Health Activist Brenda Staudenmaier, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss the removal of fluoride in communities. Topics covered include the effects of fluoride when consumed by humans, EPA, Green Bay's history with fluoride, dental bias, the cost, possible options to limit the consumption of fluoride in the Green Bay area.
Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss questions from the Political Radar Community relating to Green Bay. Topics covered include Northland Hotel, Immigrants, Student Housing, City Council, and Infrastructure.
Wisconsin State Senator Dave Hansen, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss Wisconsin politics. Topics covered include redistricting, SB13, and Education.
Dr. Hector Rodriguez, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss immigration policies. Topics covered include productivity, ethics, President Trump, sanctuary cities, and fear imposed on the public from poor media coverage.
Green Bay Sausage creator Wendy Coriell, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss the background of Green Bay Sausage. Topics covered include political satire, Green Bay Politics, and the sole reason why she started political satire.
Attorney Jason Wied, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss the legal side of many varying topics in the Green Bay. Topics covered include the legal issues surrounding certain elected officials, if Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt was fairly charged, ethics behind charges, what it takes for an elected official to be removed, Green Bay hotel development fiasco, and addiction.
Local Real Estate Developer Garritt Bader, joins Rhonda and guest host Brian Danzinger on this episode of Political Radar to discuss what it takes to make a great city through real estate development. Topics that were discussed were: Attractive physical spaces, Tax Increment Financing, tax payer benefits, cultural development, employment base and education, and other amenities used in creating an ideal community.
LGBTQ Activist, John Becker joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss Donald Trump's Cabinet in regards to LGBTQ rights. Topics that were discussed were: discrimination, military service, public restrooms, marriage equality, and religious freedoms and what it can entail.
Andrew Hetzel III joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss his first impressions of local government. Topics that were discussed were: the Colburn Pool veto, what the Green Bay political scene entails, and whether exercising gun rights in government buildings should be allowed.
Allyson Watson joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss Green Bay community development, and pedestrian and bike safety. Topics that were discussed were: Infrastructure, expanding upon outside ideas from other communities, traffic calming, crosswalk murals, urban living, the Saga of the SOUP Grant, attitude towards bikes, and plastic signs versus human lives.
Cassandra Lynn and Tricia Nell join Rhonda and Elliot to discuss he dysfunctional reality of the city council. Cassandra offers input on the origins of the Colburn Pool renovation and how the end result will effect the Colburn community. Also, Trisha offers legal insight into the decision of the council to hire an independent attorney to process Mayor Jim Schmitt.
Alderman Joe Moore, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss Green Bay issues. Topics covered include outdated thinking, development, city drama, voting, homelessness and unemployment, Packer tax, and budget concerns.
Kevin Pranis the Campaign Director at LIUNA one of the main organizations involved in the Dakota Access Pipeline, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss the history of the pipeline and it's controversies. Topics covered include the issue of whether the Sioux tribe expressed their complaints early enough in the process, the chances of a landslide causing the pipe to break and the financial cost of re-routing the pipeline.
Green Bay Alderman Bill Galvin, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss Green Bay's local government. Topics covered were city planning, lack of infrastructure, the city of Green Bay falling behind on tasks, fixing roads, landlord- tenant issues, lead pipes and biased journalism.
Bill Meindl, joins Rhonda and Elliot to discuss Green Bay's local government. Topics covered were Green Bay city development, City Council, East Town Mall, Festival Foods, Brown County Library Branch, and Mayor Jim Schmitt working to make a real difference for Green Bay.
Phil Jennerjahn, joins Elliot and guest host Tricia Nell on this episode of Political Radar for a Republican takeover. They discuss Donald Trump's victory and possible reasons for the outcome.
Jacob Jones, one of Political Radar's Producers joins Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar to discuss the 2016 presidential election. They discuss possible reasons for the outcome, and recap what happened during the election.
Brandon Stevens, a Oneida Nation Council Member joins Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar to discuss the Standing Rock pipeline. They discuss Brandon's first hand experiences on the front line with protesters against the pipeline, the risks involved with the pipeline, militarization, and the inhumane treatment of human life.
State Representative Eric Genrich, join Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss the issues with Green Bay's voting with the following topics: lack of early voting and weekend voting, election costs, residents unable to vote, student voting, voting suggestions, low cost of getting universal access to the electorate, and people leaving the city.
State Assembly Hopeful for the 88th District, Noah Reif, join Rhonda and special guest host Adam Funk on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss the working class, environmental issues, quality of life in Wisconsin, local political control, importance of school funding and voucher programs, farms, and organizations.
Millennials Nick Faust a Hillary Clinton supporter and Kyle Cropsey a Donald Trump supporter, join Rhonda and special guest host Adam Funk on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss the 2016 presidential election and how each candidates views stack against each other. They debate over immigration reform, gun control, student loan debt and economic policy.
Phil Anderson, a Libertarian running for the U.S. Senate, joins Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss many of the questions heard during the debate and why he was excluded. Several key issues brought up include: Gun rights, identity politics, military spending, student loan debt, family leave and abortion rights.
Paul Linzmeyer, a board member of the Farmory and a the former chairman of the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, joins Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss what the Farmory Project is and how it can impact communities. Several key issues brought up include: Farm to School Programs, the differences between Hydroponics and Aquaponics, the impact of healthy, local foods on entrepreneurs, the environment, and the quality of life for everyone in our community.
Russ Feingold and Mark Becker, join Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss bipartisan politics and infrastructure. Several key issues brought up include; our crumbling infrastructure, the lack of high speed internet in rural communities, how to entice entrepreneurs to move to Wisconsin, and the 2016 presidential race.
Matthew Rothschild, the executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, joins Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss campaign finance and political corruption. Several key issues are brought up such as gerrymandering, political disclosure, and corruption in the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Shae Sortwell, the architect of the Jim Schmitt Resign campaign joins Rhonda and Elliot on this episode of Political Radar. They discuss the current political climate in Green Bay. Several key issues such as how much transparency there needs to be for campaigns and who might be running for mayor are discussed.
David Nennig, Green Bay Alderperson for District 5 joins the Political Radar crew to discuss several issues. They discuss the fate of Green Bay Mayor, Jim Schmitt, Colburn Pool, quadracycles, and short term home rentals (AirBnB).
Eric Wimberger, who is running for the Wisconsin State Senate for District 30 joins the Political Radar crew to discuss several key issues that are emerging in Wisconsin. They discuss the viability of marijuana legalization in Wisconsin and its challenges. They also discuss voter ID laws and how effective they can be at stopping fraud as opposed to the number of people that are negatively impacted. Then they debate how connected marriage and government should be.
Colleen Gruszynski, formerly of the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board, joins the Political Radar crew to discuss the charges brought against Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt. Colleen explains in great detail the three counts in the criminal complaint, why the charges were plead down from felonies to a misdemeanors, why other charges were not included. Additionally, they discuss such topics as: Should donors be held accountable for giving over campaign limits? Why are unions able to fund candidates? Are campaign finance laws too difficult to understand?
Lynn Utesch, candidate for Wisconsin's 1st State Assembly District, joins the Political Radar crew to discuss many topics including why he is running for office, environmental issues effecting his district and issues with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' enforcement of regulations. Additionally they discuss the Republican's attempt to change the open records laws of the state of Wisconsin, drug testing for recipients of government benefits, the legalization of marijuana, who is funding Lynn's campaign and much more.
Political Radar Podcast [Archived] Episode : Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt Pleads Guilty - A discussion with Randy Scannell
Randy Scannell, Green Bay Alder for District 7, joins the Political Radar team for the second time to discuss major controversies in Green Bay. They discuss Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt pleading guilty to several misdemeanor counts of campaign finance law breaking and what it will mean for the city's future. They also discuss Scott William's opinions on partisan versus non-partisan politics caused by Mark Becker's letter published in the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
Mark Steuer, Vice President of the Green Bay City Council and representative for District 10 joins Elliot and special guest host Lisa Hanson to discuss economic development in Green Bay. They discuss the importance of historic preservation, celebrations and festivals, Green Bay's change from being a car first community to supporting more bike lanes and trails, and more.
Pat Evans, Brown County Board Supervisor for District 9 joins Elliot and Rhonda to discuss several controversies happening at the county level. They discuss #breastgate and the payout to corporation counsel, employees who may have been unjustly fired and the appointment of a county board member for a spot some feel should be Alex Galt's.
Chuck Rybak, an Associate Professor of English and Humanistic Studies at the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay and owner of the Sad Iron blog (http://chuckrybak.com/) joins Elliot and Rhonda to discuss happenings at the University of Wisconsin. Chuck explains how the UW system receives funding, the plights of UW faculty members and how budget cuts to education affect the community.
Thomas De Wane, Alderman for District Two of Green Bay's City Council and the council's president joins Rhonda and Elliot for this episode of Political Radar. They discuss how the stadium tax refund might be spent by Green Bay; whether it be on economic development or given back to taxpayers. They also discuss Green Bay's infrastructure and the proposed stadium.
Koby Schellenger the Regional Field Coordinator for Planned Parenthood for Wisconsin joins Rhonda and Elliot for this episode of Political Radar. They discuss sexual education, abstinence only programs, stigmas about discussing sex. Additionally they talk about how Planned Parenthood is funded and programs Planned Parenthood offers to help adults learn how to help young adults with sexual education.
Andrew Smith, Green Bay's newly appointed Police Chief joins Rhonda and Elliot for an episode of Political Radar. (Spoiler Alert: He is not there to arrest them.) Chief Smith shares his unique view on how a small city like Green Bay compares to Los Angeles, where he was previously the LAPD's top spokesman. He also shares his ideas on how police/community relations can be improved.
Ned Dorff, former Alderman for District 7 on the Green Bay City Council joins the Political Radar team this episode. As a progressive educator, Ned brings unique perspective on how politics are perceived by children in our public schools. Ned also shares what it means to be vegan.
Alex Galt, business owner, and former candidate for the 15th district of the Brown County Board of Supervisors joins the Political Radar team this episode. They talk about the experiences of running for office. They also discuss Alex's opponent's resignation shortly after winning the election.
Barbara Dorff joins Elliot and Rhonda on this episode of Political Radar to discuss local issues to the Green Bay, Wisconsin area. They discuss the importance of bike lanes and maintaining roads and what it means to be a female Alder on Green Bay's City Council.
Terri Warner joins Elliot and Rhonda on this episode of Political Radar to discuss race relations and how they affect black youth as they grow up. While discussing the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement, they also discuss how much of a nerd Terri is.
Republicans, Conservatives and Libertarians who all support gay rights? Rhonda and Elliot are joined this episode by Devin Gatton, the President of the Wisconsin Log Cabin Republicans. Together they discuss the Log Cabin Republican's beliefs and the inclusion of conversion therapy in the Republican platform.
How do race relations affect the city of Green Bay? That's the question asked today by Eliot, Rhonda, and special guest Cordero Barkley. Cordero is a self proclaimed community activist who loves to help those in need. They discuss what it is like growing up as a black youth.
When it relates to sexual education, what should public schools teach? That's the question asked today by Eliot, Rhonda, and special guest Kim Klein Dorchester. Kim is a concerned mother, community activist and a Political Radar fan. They discuss what messages and information children should receive in public schools.
Frank Lasee, Wisconsin State Senator for District 1 who is now running for the United States House of Representatives for Wisconsin's District 8 joins Eliot and Rhonda. They discuss what it is like running for Congress, federal budgets, gun control and more.
Nick Wuatier, Media Specialist at Camera Corner Studios and Elliot's partner on the Ideas By Elliot Podcast joins the Political Radar team to discuss the 2016 presidential election. Nick shares his feelings over being a Bernie Sanders supporter and even shares his thoughts on Political Radar itself!
On this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot welcome Phil Jennerjahn, who ran for Brown County Board Supervisor for district 4 and was a nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives in California's 28th Congressional District in 2012. They discuss the 2016 presidential election and the Brexit movement.
On this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot welcome Noah Reif who is running for the Wisconsin State Assembly District 88 seat currently held by John Macco. They discuss many issues including why Noah is running, Wisconsin's Private School Choice Programs, and the Green Bay Area Public School District policies on sexual education.
On this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot welcome gemologist, fashion blogger and member of the On Broadway, Inc. board, Adam Funk. Together, they discuss the tragic shooting at a gay night club in Orlando, FL and how it relates to terrorism and gun control. They also discuss the house democrat "sit in" that followed this event.
On this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot welcome Brown County Supervisor Tom Sieber. Together they discuss many issues that affect Brown County including Colburn pool, closed session hearings and term limits for local and county government.
In this episode of Political Radar, Elliot and special guest host Lisa Hanson who sits on the Green Bay, Wisconsin Plan Commission, welcome Scott Furlong, the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences and a Professor of Political Science for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. They discuss gun control issues, personal security and The 2016 presidential election.
In this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot discuss gun control following the horrific mass shootings at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. They discuss how gun control relates to mass shootings. They also share ways that Political Radar fans can help support the show.
In this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot welcome Dr. Michael Gallagher, who is running for the 8th congressional district seat currently held by retiring Reid Ribble. They discussion many national issues including the recent terror attach in Orlando Fl, gun control laws, what the US should do about ISIS and other radical Islamist groups and more.
Political Radar Podcast [Archived] Episode : A discussion with Wisconsin State Representative Eric Genrich
In this episode of Political Radar Rhonda and Elliot welcome Eric Genrich, Wisconsin State Representative for assembly district 90. They discuss many topics including gerrymandering in the Wisconsin legislative branch, The legalization of marijuana, and correctional facility reforms in Wisconsin.
In this episode of Political Radar Rhonda and Elliot welcome Erik Hoyer, Brown County Supervisor for District 4. They discuss many local topics including safety issues at Fonferek Glen park, possible health risks facing the Brown County area such as windmills, coal piles, the Sanimax plant and more.
In this episode of Political Radar Rhonda and Elliot welcome Randy Scannell, City of Green Bay Alderperson for District 7. They discuss many local topics including the City of Green Bay Code of Conduct for Elected Officials, Big Top Baseball's stadium proposal, wine licenses and more.
In this episode of Political Radar Rhonda and Elliot welcome Chris Wery, City of Green Bay Alderperson for District 8. They discuss many local topics including Colburn Pool, the Lambeau Field sales tax funds, local road repair issues and more.
Political Radar Podcast [Archived] Episode : A discussion with "The People's Watchdog" Scott Williams
In this episode of Political radar Rhonda and Elliot welcome "The People's Watchdog" Scott Williams. Scott is a political activist in Brown County and a former candidate for the Brown County Board. They discuss many local topics including the Sanimax Plant in Howard WI, the payout to former Brown County corporation counsel Juliana Ruenzel, Shirley wind farm health concerns, and much more.
In this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot welcome Joe Moore, City of Green Bay Alderperson for District 6. They discuss many local topics including Colburn pool, lead pipe replacement, Lambeau Field sales tax funds, and much more.
On this episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot welcome Brown County Supervisor Mark Becker. They cover many local topics including the payment of $61,000 to former Corporation Counsel Juliana Ruenzel, the Lambeau Field sales tax, and the Shirley Wind Farm. Additionally, they discuss national political issues including Donald Trump, the Republican presidential primary process and more.
In this episode of Political radar Rhonda and Elliot discuss Green Bay's “Poolgate” with Debbie Jacques. Debbie, who ran against Alderman Chris Wery for his council seat for District 8. They discuss Tundra Lodge's proposal to build an Olympic sized swimming pool and key political leaders stances on the issue.
Political Radar Podcast [Archived] Episode : Presidential Politics Review for the Week of May 9, 2016
Rhonda and Elliott take a detailed look at the current presidential election process, candidates and their supporters. They cover many topics including: Do people really support Donald Trump? Can Bernie Sanders win? Will Bernie Sanders supporters support Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? should Larry Wilmore use the N-word? and many more.
Political Radar Podcast [Archived] Episode : A Discussion With Green Bay Alderman William "Bill" Galvin
Rhonda and Elliot welcome William "Bill" Galvin, who ran against Rhonda, for the Green Bay City Council seat representing District 4. Rhonda, Elliot and Alderman Galvin discuss many topics effecting the city of Green Bay including the City of Green Bay Code of Conduct for Elected Officials, Colburn Pool, the outdoor events center proposal and more.
In the first episode of Political Radar, Rhonda and Elliot discuss many local political issues including fixing lead water pipes, building sports venues, single beer sales bans and more. On the national level they look at political party candidate selection processes, the Electoral College, voter ID laws and more.