Here’s how Wisconsin state statute says municipalities should handle the voting eligibility status of voters who have moved: “If the elector no longer resides in the municipality or fails to apply for continuation of registration within 30 days of the date the notice is mailed, the clerk or board of election commissioners shall change the […]
Tomorrow, August 14, is a statewide partisan primary election in Wisconsin. What do you need to know before heading to the polls? Find out on today’s show! Our guests are Eileen Newcomer, voter education coordinator of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin, and Brook Soltvedt, board president of the League of Women Voters of […]
In 2018, the Wisconsin partisan primary falls on August 14th. Political cynics, or, if you prefer, political realists, have noted that if you wanted to make it difficult for college students to vote, you couldn’t pick a better date than the day tens of thousands of University of Wisconsin students are homeless. Every year, on […]
Republican lawmakers in the state of Wisconsin have been drumming up support for a bill that restricts the ability of local governments to issue their own photo identification cards. Opponents of the bill say it threatens local control and interferes with a recent initiative designed to increase access to basic services in Milwaukee. Reporter Darien Lamen has more.