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‘The Risk Is Worth the Reward’: Wisconsin Poll Workers Commit to Working in November

The workers who staff polling places despite COVID-19 concerns.

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Absentee Ballot Extension Back On in Wisconsin, Appeals Court Now Says

Ballots postmarked through Election Day will be counted if they arrive by Nov. 9. Clerks urge voters not to wait.

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Carol Craig Was Surprised by How Little Her Students Knew About Voting. So She Helped Create Chippewa Valley Votes.

Nonpartisan group aims to fill the voter literacy gap by providing information, help to all voters.

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Plaintiff in Gerrymandering Case: ‘Vote in Order to Create a Fair System.’

Lawmakers will again reconfigure voting districts based on 2020 US Census results next year.

Voting stations at the Eagle Point town hall in Chippewa County (Graphic by COURIER/Denzel Boyd; Photo by Pat Kreitlow)
Wisconsin Election Officials Took Serious Lessons From April. They Hope This Means a Smoother November.

Local clerks, USPS, improved websites all aim to avoid a repeat of the chaotic “pandemic election.”

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Farmers Union President Warns: ‘We Have No Time to Lose’ on Climate Change

Farmers want to see leadership and a healthier climate as extreme weather wipes out more crops.

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Trump’s Rush to Resume Classes Is ‘Reprehensible,’ Educators Say

Wisconsin teachers say they know bullying when they see it, as President Trump, Education Secretary DeVos, Rep. Tiffany and others attack public schools.