Modern day minutemen
Modern day minutemen
There is a long list of issues and vulnerabilities that needs to be addressed but, with conviction and discipline, we will be able to honestly say our elections are "safe and secure". Below we will track the wins as we check them off the list.
The Meagan Wolfe-led Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) needed to be taken to court for breaking the law (Wis. Stat. § 6.33(1). This is just another reason why Meagan Wolfe should be arrested and WEC disbanded.
Background: WEC’s Election Manual states that the Form is approved for voter registration in Wisconsin. While most states accept the Form, made available by the United States Election Assistance Commission, Wisconsin is not required to allow the form to be used in this State; furthermore, the Form does not request information required by state law—such as information relating to residency and criminal record, among others. Additionally, because the Form requests information relating to race and political party, not authorized by state statute, WEC must engage in rulemaking before approving these additional items. Unfortunately, WEC has both approved the legally insufficient Form and allowed the additional items without engaging in rulemaking. Background information provided by WILL.
Once again, the Meagan Wolfe-led Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) needed to be taken to court for breaking the law (Wis. Stat. § 6.84(1))
Background: WILL filed a lawsuit on behalf of two Waukesha County voters in June 2021 challenging the legal status of absentee ballot drop boxes after WEC issued unlawful guidance to clerks in 2020, encouraging the use of absentee ballot drop boxes and telling voters that others can return their ballot for them. This advice was contrary to state law. Voting is a constitutional right, but state law makes clear that “voting by absentee ballot is a privilege exercised wholly outside the traditional safeguards of the polling place.” There are just two legal ways in Wisconsin to submit an absentee ballot. When voting by absentee ballot, state law says “[t]he envelope [containing the ballot] shall be mailed by the elector, or delivered in person, to the municipal clerk issuing the ballot or ballots.”. Background information provided by WILL.
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