Wisconsin law requires that “upon receipt of reliable information that a registered voter has moved,” the Wisconsin Elections Commission must notify the voter by mail. If the Commission does not receive any response from the voter within 30 days, it is required to remove that voter from its rolls, even if the voter hasn’t actually […]
Thanks to a surprise ruling from a federal appeals court, Voter ID is back in play for this fall’s election, and local clerks are scrambling.
Why has Wisconsin’s Voter ID law been reinstated? Does the law violate the Voting Rights Act? Will it prevent voter fraud or will it disenfranchise voters? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more.