Jason Calvi is honored to serve as FOX6 News' political reporter, covering battleground Wisconsin, one of the country's true swing states.
He brings 15 years of experience to the job, previously working in Indiana, Connecticut, and Washington, D.C. During his career, he broke national stories, including during Amy Coney Barret's appellate court confirmation. He also questioned candidates Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. Besides his clips that have been seen on TVs across the country, he's captured millions of impressions on social media.
At FOX6, he contributed to the national Murrow-winning podcast "Open Record," reported for Emmy-nominated newscasts, and joined the team that won the Milwaukee Press Club's award for "You Decide: Spring Election Special."
Jason grew up in Chicago’s southwest suburbs and graduated from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. As a reporter and anchor of the campus' television station, he covered the Iowa caucuses, where he first caught the bug for political reporting.
When not at FOX6, you'll find him with his family exploring parks and museums, checking out stacks of books from the library, working out, drinking coffee and going to church.
The future of Wisconsin's abortion law runs through Sheboygan, as that county's district attorney pledges to appeal a ruling that an 1849 law didn't actually ban abortion.
Wisconsin's Act 10 is challenged, as a new lawsuit filed raises new arguments.
Republicans who posed as alternate electors for Donald Trump in Wisconsin admitted their actions were used in an effort to overturn Joe Biden's victory.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers hosted on Tuesday, Dec. 5 a bill signing ceremony at American Family Field.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee put a high-ranking priest on administrative leave. It has also launched a formal investigation that centers on an allegation of a consensual relationship.
A new lawsuit is challenging Wisconsin's Act 10 which has been law for more than 12 years.
Members of the media from around the world were in Milwaukee on Thursday, Nov. 30 in preparation for the 2024 Republican National Convention.
In Milwaukee, television executives and stakeholders will walk through and learn logistics of the 2024 Republican National Convention.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has been using an email address alias, and officials say he's not the first governor to use one.
The Chief Health Policy Advisor for Milwaukee County posted on X on Monday, Nov. 27 that there has been a big jump in COVID-19 cases over the Thanksgiving holiday.