The fall primary election for the city of Madison is just around the corner. What’s the current status of voting laws and regulations in Wisconsin? On July 28th, Molly Stentz spoke with City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl and Mike Haas, Administrator of the new Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Come November, Wisconsin voters without an ID will have the opportunity to use a signed affidavit to receive a ballot. However, this affidavit will not be available for the August 9th city primary.