Save Wisconsin’s Vote

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  • Devil’s Advocates Radio: December 14, 2018

    Will there be a lawsuit? Yeah, probably. Scott Walker signed the three #LameDuckCoup bills into law today and Scot Ross may sue as part of One Wisconsin Now.

    WRRD-AM, 12/14/2018
  • Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Doesn’t Know How A Venn Diagram Works So People Went In On Twitter

    The National Redistricting Foundation... announced it will be supporting a local challenge to the new laws by [One Wisconsin Institute].

    Buzzfeed, 12/14/2018
  • Scott Walker Immediately Sued For Bill Stripping Democrats’ Power

    [One Wisconsin Institute], with the backing of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, is suing Walker over the new laws.

    PoliticusUSA, 12/14/2018
  • Scott Walker’s Legacy: Giving Taxpayer Funds to Corporations and Destroying Democracy

    Scott Walker’s going to have to tell the people of Wisconsin how restricting their right to vote is creating more transparency.

    the Progressive, 12/14/2018
  • After Losing, Wisconsin Republicans Are Trying to Subvert Democracy. They Will Fail.

    The request for this early voting crackdown was made by Robin Vos’ office a mere eight days after the election.

    In These Times, 12/13/2018
  • Lame-duck Limits on Early Voting – and the Arguments for Them – Resemble Ones Already Rejected by a Judge

    The lawsuit that resulted in the earlier limits being struck down was brought by two liberal groups.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/12/2018
  • UNSPUN: December 12, 2018

    Tensions are running high in state politics as Governor Scott Walker considers a package of bills passed in a special legislative session.

    WMTV-TV, 12/12/2018
  • Courts Likely to Strike Down Republican Lame-duck Power Grabs, Experts Say

    A 2011 lawsuit filed by One Wisconsin [Institute] resulted in a federal judge striking down Wisconsin Republicans’ attempts to suppress the vote.

    the Guardian, 12/11/2018
  • ‘It’s a Hot Mess’: Tony Evers Urges Scott Walker to Veto GOP Lame Duck Proposals Limiting His Powers on ‘Meet the Press’

    Ross was especially critical of a provision in the plans to limit early voting to two weeks. It has been as much as six weeks.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/10/2018
  • Tony Evers ‘not Particularly Encouraged’ by Chat With Scott Walker on Vetoing GOP Lame-duck Bills

    Scot Ros told Gousha that Republicans are "attacking early voting" and defying the judge's order in the 2016 case.

    Wisconsin State Journal, 12/10/2018
  • Power Grabs in Wisconsin & Michigan

    Power Grabs in Wisconsin and Michigan. Guest 1: Analiese Eicher, Program Director, One Wisconsin Now.

    Progressive Voices Network, 12/10/2018
  • Activist Group Eyes Legal Action

    One Wisconsin Now says Republicans are attacking access to voting by placing new limits on early voting.

    WISN-TV, 12/09/2018
  • Opponents Look at Legal Options As They Await Scott Walker’s Actions on Lame-duck Bills

    One Wisconsin Institute has signaled it may rekindle its legal fight against the early voting restrictions.

    Wisconsin State Journal, 12/09/2018
  • In Light of Lame-duck Session, Demonstrators Hold “Respect Our Vote” Rally at Capitol

    "They have hidden behind closed doors and in secret to conspire and contrast a direct assault on the peaceful transition of power."

    WISC-TV, 12/08/2018
  • County Clerks Fear Early Voting Bill Could Become “Very Complicated”

    In 2016, One Wisconsin Now filed a lawsuit after Republican’s tried a similar measure to curtail early voting.

    WKOW-TV, 12/07/2018
  • Walker Likely to Sign Legislation to Balance Power in State Government

    The liberal group One Wisconsin Now tweeted Wednesday that it was already in consultation with attorneys.

    Wisconsin Watchdog, 12/06/2018
  • Wisconsin Schools the Nation on Hypocrisy and Partisan Power Grabs

    "More than 565,000 people early voted in the November 2018 election. Record-setting early voting is not an emergency -- it's democracy,"

    Center for Media and Democracy, 12/06/2018
  • Lame-duck Session: Early Voting Limits Sow Confusion in Advance of February Election

    The attorney for the organization that filed the lawsuit, One Wisconsin Institute, has vowed to challenge the latest restriction.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/06/2018
  • Wisconsin’s Extraordinary Session: Is Absentee Voting a Fairness Issue?

    One Wisconsin Now ... said it would likely sue over the new cap, too, after the bill is signed.

    Capital Times, 12/05/2018
  • Winners and Losers: Vos and Fitzgerald Get What They Want, Plus a Public Outcry, in Lame-duck Session

    One Wisconsin Now ... sound like they are chomping at the bit to challenge the grab bag of GOP goodies.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/05/2018
  • Controversial Lame-duck Proposals Now in Scott Walker’s Hands As Democratic Groups Eye Lawsuits

    Others, including the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, have indicated they plan to file lawsuits over the proposals

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/05/2018
  • Wis. Lawmakers Limit Governor’s Power in Marathon Lame-duck Session

    Republicans are thumbing their noses at a federal judge's order and we are conferring with our counsel about next steps.

    WTMJ-TV, 12/05/2018
  • Capitol “coup”

    One Wisconsin Institute is considering challenging the new early voting restrictions.

    Isthmus, 12/05/2018
  • Opponents Consider Lawsuits If Lame-duck Legislation Becomes Law

    Analiese Eicher said the liberal advocacy organization is willing to take any legal action necessary.

    WKOW-TV, 12/05/2018
  • While Wisconsin Slept Republicans Rejected Will of Voters and Worked Against Orderly Transition of Power

    While Wisconsin slept last night, Republicans worked behind closed doors on schemes to reject the results of the November 2018 midterm elections.

    One Wisconsin Now, 12/05/2018
  • Democratic Leaders, Protesters Fire Up Crowd for Fight With GOP

    “Republicans like Robin Vos and Scott Fitzgerald want to end that because they think the problem with these elections was that too many people voted.”

    Capital Times, 12/04/2018
  • Citizen Rights Group Call on WI Legislature to “Respect Our Votes”

    "The underlying theme though that it's just incredibly disrespectful to the 2.6 million-plus voters who cast a ballot in this most recent election.”

    Public News Service, 12/04/2018
  • Will Republican Legislature Risk Contempt With Scheme to Enact New Limits on Early Voting?

    A federal court ruling in the voting rights case struck down racially-motivated restrictions on early voting imposed by Wisconsin Republicans.

    One Wisconsin Now, 12/04/2018
  • ‘This Is Not Democracy’: Republicans Try to Shrink Power of Incoming Democrats

    Republicans believe they lost the November election because too many people voted here, and are trying to undo the results of the vote.

    the Guardian, 12/04/2018
  • Wisconsin GOP Uses Rare Session to Weaken Incoming Governor

    One Wisconsin Now said the Republican’s latest effort shows they “refuse to accept the results of the 2018 elections” and are worried about large voter turnout.

    Associated Press, 12/03/2018
  • GOP-held State Legislatures in Wisconsin and Michigan Are Trying to Limit New Democratic Governors’ Powers

    “It is clearly partisan, and it’s motivated by results of the election. It’s a sore loser session,” One Wisconsin Now, told The Fix.

    Washington Post, 12/03/2018
  • Dems Threaten Lawsuits As WI GOP Plows Ahead With Lame Duck Power Grab

    Republicans “are trying to undo the results of the November 2018 elections...” Scot Ross, director of One Wisconsin Now, said in a Monday press call.

    Talking Points Memo, 12/03/2018