Stories tagged: "voting rights"


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
To Avoid an April Repeat, WI Elections Have to Change

Clerks, voters, even a lawsuit all seek more ways to make voting easier, faster, safer

AP Photo/Alex Brandon
Trump Says It’s OK for Him to Vote Absentee But ‘Dangerous’ for Anyone Else

Trump voted by mail just last month, but he says other people who do it are cheaters.

(Photo: Barrett for Milwaukee)
Barrett Slams Voter Purge in State of City Address

Milwaukee mayor also rips critics over withdrawn slaughterhouse proposal

Rep. Shelia Stubbs, D-Madison, the first African American to be elected to her Assembly seat, addresses a crowd during an event to kickoff Black History Month in the Capitol Rotunda Monday. (Photo by Jessica VanEgeren)
Black WI Lawmakers Renew Focus on Fighting Voter Suppression

Voting rights and the census are cited as vehicles of empowerment to prevent an erosion of rights and freedoms

Chambers of the Wisconsin Supreme Court inside the state Capitol building in Madison.
Appeals Court Hits Pause on Voter Roll Purge

Daily fines for Democratic members of state elections commission also on hold