UncoverDC previously reported on Wisconsin’s audit of the 2020 election, due to release this fall. In the meantime, Wisconsin legislators have introduced numerous bills in the State Senate that would change election law. Senator Duey Strobel, who has introduced most of them, is reported as saying, “ We must restore confidence and trust in our elections, and these bills are the first step in doing that. ”
In the Assembly, Representative Janel Brandtjen is said to be finalizing legislation that aims to restrict influence from outside groups such as the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), which is funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. She told a local reporter , “ You’re talking about millions of dollars with no regulations and no reporting… and this is just the money we know about. ”
Among the recent legislation introduced through the Wisconsin State Senate, only SB 208 has made it through and been signed by Governor Tony Evers. It requires the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) to publish meeting minutes. The Governor is not expected to sign the others if they make it to his desk, particularly if they make voting more difficult. Pending bills include those that still await a vote in the Senate and those that have gone to the State Assembly after passage.
The bills still pending Senate Votes are SB 205 and SB 206 , which are related to absentee voting in residential care facilities and retirement homes and among the indefinitely confined. Likewise, SB 209 prohibits drop boxes for absentee ballots that are not attached to the municipal clerk’s office. It also requires publication of the location and days of availability and that the box is emptied once per day in public view.
SB 211 requires a standard absentee ballot application from the WEC to be created, rather than the current law that allows any written request. Although “certain voters at residential care facilities and qualified retirement homes” are excepted. It also requires the absentee voter to certify facts that establish voting eligibility, including name, date of birth, and street address.
SB 204 is similar to SB 211 […]
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