Early Voting

33 Election Winners and Losers

Winner: One Wisconsin Now and Josh Kaul: The historically high early voting in Milwaukee and Madison were key to the victory of Kaul and Evers. [Urban Milwaukee]

Advocates call on Green Bay to expand early voting

Scot Ross, executive director of the liberal Madison group One Wisconsin Now, and state Sen. Dave Hansen, D-Green Bay, urged the city to offer early voting at UW-Green Bay. [Green Bay Press-Gazette]

Milwaukee to increase number of early voting sites

Tom Barrett joined One Wisconsin Institute in announcing the city approved funds for eight places where Milwaukee resident can vote absentee in person. [Wisconsin Radio Network]

Election Winner: Early Voting

The early voting numbers send a clear message to state lawmakers and local election administrators – voters have embraced early voting and they should too.

The Early Votes Are In

A federal court ruling in the voting rights suit paved the way for expanded days, hours and sites for early voting in Wisconsin.

GOP leader wants early voting limits

Scot Ross said the statements by Vos suggested Republicans realize they may not get Peterson’s ruling on the voting rules overturned. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]

City focused on denying request

This week, the liberal-leaning group One Wisconsin Institute released emails obtained through an open records request. [Green Bay Press-Gazette]

Madison early voters smashing previous records

The Legislature changed voting laws in 2012 to limit electronic delivery of absentee ballots... That measure was overturned in the One Wisconsin Institute case. [Capital Times]

UWGB students upset by city clerk emails

State Rep. Eric Genrich... first contacted the city on Aug. 23, according to the emails, which were first obtained by the liberal One Wisconsin Institute. [Green Bay Press-Gazette]

Clerk wanted to block early voting for students

The email was uncovered by the liberal One Wisconsin Institute through a public records request and first reported on Tuesday by The Nation. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]