A state-based advocacy group filed a similar federal lawsuit challenging requirements for student IDs earlier this year. [Wisconsin Public Radio]
In the three years since Judge Peterson’s ruling, Wisconsin voters have shown that they will vote when given the opportunity to vote.
A judge in January ruled against Republicans in a challenge from One Wisconsin Institute. [Capital Times]
The original case the lame-duck grievance was filed under is still awaiting a decision by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. [Wisconsin Public Radio]
In 2016, a federal court in Wisconsin struck down the requirement that college or university IDs be unexpired. [Associated Press]
The ruling echoed Judge Peterson’s previous 2016 injunction he handed down after One Wisconsin Institute sued ... over voting laws. [Courthouse News Service]
Evers moves to withdraw state from ACA lawsuit after judge blocks lame-duck laws, reviews other options
A federal judge ruled in January in favor of One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin in a challenge... [Capital Times]
“The real fraud in our elections is when politicians manipulate the rules to give themselves an unfair advantage.” [Wisconsin State Journal]
One Wisconsin Institute Statements on Gov. Tony Evers’ Executive Order Increasing Access to State ID
We applaud Gov. Tony Evers’ leadership, taking Wisconsin in a new direction to help make voting easier and more convenient.
“Legal voters ... ought not be denied the right to have their voices heard in our elections because of bureaucratic roadblocks.” [Daily Cardinal]
In a challenge brought by One Wisconsin Institute ... Judge James Peterson in 2016 found ... voting changes unconstitutional. [Capital Times]
We and our legal counsel will be vigilant in monitoring what the Republicans attempt to do with state laws on voting in this lame duck session.
One Wisconsin Institute filed open-records requests for all complaints of voter fraud from “every single legislator” who claimed to have received them. [WisconsinWatch]
Voter ID linked to lower turnout in Wisconsin, other states; students, people of color, elderly most affected
One lawsuit, brought by One Wisconsin Institute, seeks to strike down the law. [WisconsinWatch]
He served as one of Hillary Clinton’s attorneys ... and is representing liberal group One Wisconsin Institute in a lawsuit challenging the state’s voter ID law. [Associated Press]
A federal judge already flagged the issue as part of a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute that overturned restrictions on in-person absentee voting. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Kaul is now the lead attorney challenging the voter ID law and other election laws in a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute. [Rice Lake Chronotype]
Kaul represents One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund in their lawsuit against Wisconsin’s Voter ID law. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Kaul is the lead attorney challenging the voter ID law and other election laws in a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Kaul is the lead attorney challenging the voter ID law and other election laws in a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Brad Schimel stirred controversy claiming the state voter ID law helped pave the way for Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson to win election in Wisconsin.
Attorney General Brad Schimel suggests Donald Trump won Wisconsin because of the state’s voter ID law
One Wisconsin's Scot Ross called Schimel's comments a "shocking admission." [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, said Schimel's remarks to McKenna were an admission that the law is rigged to help Republicans win elections. [Associated Press]
The head of the Wisconsin Election Commission agreed that the state’s strict voter ID law targeted specific communities.
A new study surveyed registered non-voters in last year’s general election and found thousands of people were denied their basic right to vote. [Pacifica Radio]
New Study Finds Gov. Scott Walker, Republican Voter ID Law Kept Legal Voters From Casting Ballots in November 2016 Election
Thousands of legal voters in Wisconsin were prevented from casting a ballot in the November 2016 election because of the state’s strict voter ID law.
Federal Court Hears Oral Arguments in Appeals on One Wisconsin Institute, et. al. v. Thomsen, et. al.
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.
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. [American Prospect]
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” [Wisconsin State Journal]
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. [Isthmus]
Analiese Eicher, program and development director for One Wisconsin Institute, said the voter ID law had an impact on voter turnout. [Shepherd Express]
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. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
One Wisconsin Institute was a plaintiff in the case that overturned the state’s early voting restrictions. [Capital Times]
“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. [ProPublica]
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. [Capital Times]
"Even after being called out in federal court for its behavior, Gov. (Scott) Walker's administration continues to fail legal Wisconsin voters." [Associated Press]
BREAKING: The Nation Report Reveals Green Bay City Clerk Opposed an Early Voting Site at UW-Green Bay Because ‘Students Lean More Toward the Democrats’
The Nation reveals the Green Bay City Clerk opposed having a satellite voting location on campus based on her belief ‘students lean more toward the democrats’
"The question today is not can Gov. Walker's administration take more steps to try to prevent legal voters from being disenfranchised, but why won't it?" [Wisconsin Public Radio]
Scot Ross: One Wisconsin Now Looking Out for Voters [Sly's Office]
Judge James Peterson ordered the state to investigate and scheduled a hearing to consider a motion filed by the advocacy group One Wisconsin Institute. [Center for American Progress]
The liberal group One Wisconsin [Institute] wanted Peterson to invalidate the voter ID law because of the problems. [Wisconsin Radio Network]
Liberal group One Wisconsin[Institute] filed a motion Monday to suspend the law for this election. [Badger Herald]
Judge James Peterson had harsh words for the State and its implementation of the ID process. Analiese Eicher joins Tony Castaneda to talk about the case. [WORT-FM]
One Wisconsin Institute filed a motion alleging that the misinformation violated his order that the DOT must clarify a process that he labeled "a wretched failure." [Associated Press]
He ordered the state and the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, which include liberal groups One Wisconsin Institute, to submit a plan for the expanded education efforts by the end of next week. [Wisconsin Public Radio]