The real electoral fraud is partisan politicians manipulating the rules on voting to gain an unfair partisan advantage.
Voter turnout has increased since a federal court ruling in the One Wisconsin Institute case in July 2016 lifted a state prohibition on municipalities offering more than one location for in-person absentee...
A three judge panel today heard oral arguments in appeals of the federal voting rights case One Wisconsin Institute, et. al. v. Thomsen, et. al.
Donald Trump is reported to be issuing an order today calling for an investigation into his allegations of voting impropriety in the 2016 November election.
The only fraud in our elections are partisan politicians like Donald Trump and Gov. Scott Walker manipulating the voting laws for political gain.
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy by continuing the fight to secure the rights of all Americans to make their voices heard in our elections.
Frank v. Walker as well as One Wisconsin Institute, Inc., et al. v. Mark Thomsen, et al., both cases that contest Wisconsin’s photo-ID laws.
Wisconsin saw record-high early voting numbers in the presidential election, made possible by a lawsuit filed by the liberal group One Wisconsin Institute.
Republicans have shown they have no qualms about disenfranchising voters or dismantling anti-corruption laws as they rig rules to try to keep their grip on power.
Scott Walker is defending his rigging of rules on voting to give himself and Republicans an unfair partisan advantage by making false assertions about voter ID.
Allowing Scott Walker to spread misinformation about the impact of the voter ID law undermines the integrity of our elections.
Regardless of what Donald Trump tweets, we proved in court the real fraud is GOP politicians rigging the system by changing the rules for their partisan gain.
Jenni Dye said the number of voters who had to cast provisional ballots because they lacked an ID is “really just the tip of the iceberg”
According to One Wisconsin Now, he may have been planning to collude in voter suppression in Wisconsin in 2010.
Scot Ross of the liberal One Wisconsin Institute, says restrictive voting laws could have turned the state red for the first time in 32 years of presidential elections.
Recent reports are suggesting Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is among the leading contenders for Attorney General in the administration of Donald Trump.
Analiese Eicher, program and development director for One Wisconsin Institute, said the voter ID law had an impact on voter turnout.
Donald Trump’s tapping of a leading figure in the “alt-right” movement to a top position in his administration has raised alarms across the political spectrum.
In ruling on a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute a judge found the state’s process for providing IDs to people who don’t have birth certificates violates voting rights.
One Wisconsin Institute was a plaintiff in the case that overturned the state’s early voting restrictions.
The early voting numbers send a clear message to state lawmakers and local election administrators – voters have embraced early voting and they should too.
A judge ruled in the One Wisconsin Institute case that certain laws restricting voting rights are unconstitutional.
Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Institute... issued a statement Monday calling early voting “an amazing success.”
"These record numbers show that voters vote when given the opportunity to vote," said One Wisconsin Institute executive director Scot Ross.
The reason why: record-setting early voting throughout the state. That’s thanks in part to a lawsuit filed by the liberal group One Wisconsin [Institute].
A federal court ruling in the voting rights suit paved the way for expanded days, hours and sites for early voting in Wisconsin.
Scot Ross said the statements by Vos suggested Republicans realize they may not get Peterson’s ruling on the voting rules overturned.
The November 2016 election isn’t even over and already top state Republicans are advocating for new restrictions to limit voter participation in elections.
State Attorney General Who Defended Anti-Voter Laws in Court Not Coordinating With State Election Commission to Place Agents in Polling Places
One Wisconsin Institute v. Thomsen Federal Voting Rights Win Leads to Record-Setting Early Vote Numbers After GOP Restrictions Struck Down in Court
One Wisconsin Institute provided the emails to The Associated Press, after The Nation first reported about them.
A ruling in response to a lawsuit filed by One Wisconsin Institute... lifted restrictions to early voting that was enacted by the Wisconsin Legislature.
"Attorney General Brad Schimel has been an outrageous partisan looking the other way time and again as his fellow Republicans flouted the laws," said Scot Ross.
Hyper-Partisan State Attorney General Latest Example of GOP Trying to Use Powers to gain Unfair Electoral Advantage
The decision in the One Wisconsin Institute v. Nichol case gave all Wisconsin communities the ability to offer additional in-person absentee voting opportunities.
The additional challenges for transgender voters under photo ID laws are just another example of the way the law negatively impacts populations.
Donald Trump surrogate Rep. Sean Duffy has joined his party’s presidential nominee in claiming his candidate’s lack of support is the result of rigged elections.
This week, the liberal-leaning group One Wisconsin Institute released emails obtained through an open records request.
“This evidence makes clear that the State does not have a functioning safety net for its strict voter ID law,” the plaintiff, One Wisconsin Institute wrote.
The emails from Teske were made public by One Wisconsin Institute, a liberal organization working to strike down a handful of Wisconsin voting restrictions.
Says an election clerk in Green Bay refused to allow early voting on campus because she "was afraid it would help Democrats," showing "outrageous partisan bias."
Wisconsin solicitor general says state’s voter ID law is ‘quite permissive,’ should be model for U.S.
The liberal group One Wisconsin Institute had asked the judge to either suspend the voter ID law or put in place remedial measures.
The Legislature changed voting laws in 2012 to limit electronic delivery of absentee ballots... That measure was overturned in the One Wisconsin Institute case.
The DMV must try to track down about 50 people who had their voting credentials returned as undeliverable... The lawsuit was brought by One Wisconsin Institute.
Ms. Teske also worried that making voting more accessible to students would favor the Democratic party, according to emails obtained by One Wisconsin Institute.
One Wisconsin Institute had asked the judge to either suspend the state's voter ID law or put in place remedial measures to address issues with the IDPP.
One Wisconsin Institute provided the emails to The Associated Press on Tuesday, after the Nation first reported about them.
Email: Green Bay clerk sought to snuff campus early voting because ‘students lean more toward the Democrats’
The email went to an attorney for the state Elections Commission, and was obtained through a records request by the liberal group One Wisconsin Now [Institute].