Stories tagged: "Wisconsin Elections Commission"


(Graphic by COURIER/Denzel Boyd; Photo provided)
‘The Risk Is Worth the Reward’: Wisconsin Poll Workers Commit to Working in November

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

Milwaukee's Charles Allis Art Museum served as a polling station on Aug. 11. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Early In-Person Voting Starts Tuesday. Here’s How It’s Done.

Filling out an absentee ballot at your local clerk's office saves several steps.

Wisconsin voters can now mail in their absentee ballot on Election Day. (Image Madison clerk's office)
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.

(Graphic by COURIER/Denzel Boyd)
Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Voter Purge Lawsuit

A decision on the status of 130,000 voters is reportedly unlikely before the election.

Postal service can handle absentee ballot volume
Wisconsin Postal Workers: System Can Handle Absentee Ballots, Just Mail Early

Despite concerns, protests over removal of mail sorting machines, other proposed changes by Trump Administrations’ USPS, workers say they can handle ballot volume.

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.”

Wisconsin's Primary Is Tuesday. Here Are the Races We're Watching.
Wisconsin’s Primary Is Tuesday. Here Are the Races We’re Watching.

Who’s running? How many people are voting absentee? It’s all here.