Stories tagged: "April 7 Election"

$3.3 Million Awarded to 52 Wisconsin Counties for Election Security
WI Hits 300 Deaths. More Election Cases.

Milestone day: Outbreak kills more Americans than in Vietnam War

Wisconsin has its first COVID-19 cases related to April 7 election.
Wis. Has First COVID Cases Linked To Election

6 voters, 1 poll worker test positive for COVID-19

Justice-elect Jill Karofsky declares victory Monday evening outside her home with friends maintaining a social distance. The Dane County judge won a 10-year term on the Wisconsin Supreme Court by unseating conservative incumbent Justice Dan Kelly.
What Jill Karofsky Wants to Do Once She’s Sworn In

Wisconsin’s poor reputation for avoiding conflicts of interest between judges and donors needs repair, but conservatives will still hold the court, 4-3

The First Challenge To The Election Has Been Filed. It Won’t Be The Last.

Lawsuit filed by 14 Milwaukee area residents, where the number of polling sites dropped from 180 to five.

Wisconsin's U.S. senators Ron Johnson, a Republican, and Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat.
Baldwin, Johnson: Where Are the Ballots?

Senators want investigation into U.S. Postal Service over missing ballots 

Sen. Jeff Smith, D-Eau Claire, works at the Brunswick Town Hall during the April election. In preparation for upcoming elections, the Wisconsin Elections Commission Thursday awarded  $3.3 million in grants to 52 counties to go toward election security improvements.
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Poll Workers Warn: Election Will Lead to More COVID-19 Cases

Election-related cases would come at around same time as peak in Wisconsin

COVID-19 Deaths Approach 100 in Wisconsin

Evers expresses concern over safety, but praises voters, election day workers