Stories tagged: "early voting"

Dozens of vehicles line South Dewey Street near City Hall in Eau Claire as motorists cast ballots on the first day of early in-person voting in Wisconsin for the Nov. 3 election. (Photo by Julian Emerson)
Wisconsinites Are Getting to the Polls Early in a Big Way

Voting early and in-person began Tuesday and continues through Oct. 30.

Fiserv Forum
Milwaukee Cancels Early Voting at Miller Park and Fiserv Forum After Republican Threat

A GOP lawsuit and a conservative state Supreme Court could lead to ballots being challenged, thrown out.

(Graphic by COURIER/Denzel Boyd; UpNorthNews Photo/Pat Kreitlow)
You Have Three Options for Voting—Fewer as Election Day Gets Closer

Wisconsin remains a liberal state about giving voters freedom to cast ballots safely by mail or in advance, but don’t wait.

Kriss Marion of Blanchardville and fellow poll workers in Wiota, Wisconsin.
‘We Were Guinea Pigs.’ Groups Sue Wisconsin for Safer Elections.

State’s elections commission has gridlocked on 3-3 party-line votes over past attempts at reform

Voting stations at the Eagle Point town hall in Chippewa County (Photo by Pat Kreitlow)
Spring Election Still April 7, But Questions Remain

Elections commission emergency meeting weighs coronavirus concerns with continuity of elections

Image via Element5 Digital on Unsplash
When Can You Start Early Voting? Here’s A Handy State-By-State Guide.

Three states have already opened their polls to residents who want to cast their ballots before the primary election.