Stories tagged: "vote by mail"


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‘Big Lie’ Advocate Admits to Fraudulently Seeking Others’ Absentee Ballots—as a Way to Claim Fraud Exists

But the far-right advocate didn’t get the ballots of two public officials because the system worked. The Racine County Sheriff gives the crime a wink while advancing his own “Big Lie” claims.

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State Justices Strike Down Drop Boxes While Perpetuating Untrue Conspiracy Theories About the 2020 Election

Conservatives debate the definitions of a box and determine a mailbox is allowed, while a secure, convenient drop box is not.

Voting stations at the Eagle Point town hall in Chippewa County (Photo by Pat Kreitlow)
Early Voting Is Underway for the April 5 Elections in Wisconsin. Here’s What You Need to Know.

On April 5, voters across the state will head to the polls to decide who will lead their city and county governments, preside over the local circuit courts and serve on the court of appeals, and represent their school districts as school board members.

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Mailed Ballots Must Once Again Be Returned By Election Day, Court Rules

A judge’s order to allow for an election day postmark is tossed on appeal, so the deadline stays at 8 p.m. when the polls close.

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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.

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From Local Clerks to Military Voters, Anger at WI Supreme Court for Election Interference

Elections Commission chair says delaying millions of ballots could be catastrophic.

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Wisconsin, Your Vote Matters. Make It Count, Make a Plan.

The cure to what ails us is the well-informed voter, and we'd like to help.