On Thursday, Sept. 15, the Wisconsin Institute For Law and Liberty (WILL) — a conservative legal group — filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Wisconsin voter against the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) challenging its approval of a voter registration form for allegedly failing to comply with Wisconsin law.
On Wednesday, Sept. 7, a Wisconsin judge temporarily blocked Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) guidance that allowed clerks and local election officials to fill in incomplete address information on voters’ absentee ballot witness certificates.
On Wednesday, Aug. 31, a federal court struck down the Wisconsin Elections Commission’s ban on ballot return assistance for voters with disabilities.
On Thursday, Aug. 18, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) submitted a statement of interest in a lawsuit challenging guidance provided by the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) that requires voters to return their own absentee ballots without assistance.
On Friday, Aug. 12, the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) confirmed that it has reinstated the registrations of 30,554 Wisconsin voters.
On Aug. 8, a conservative group, the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission against the city clerk of Racine challenging her recent use of a mobile voting van.
On Friday, July 22, a federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of Wisconsin voters with disabilities challenging the Wisconsin Elections Commission’s (WEC) ban on ballot-return assistance for mail-in ballots.
On Tuesday, July 12, Republican voters and the Republican Party of Waukesha County filed a lawsuit in state court challenging the legality of the Wisconsin Elections Commission’s (WEC) guidance instructing election officials to fill in missing or insufficient information on absentee ballot certificate envelopes.
Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the use of ballot drop boxes is unauthorized under current Wisconsin election laws, effectively banning drop boxes in the state.
Last Friday, Gov. Tony Evers (D) vetoed nine separate election bills passed by the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature.
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