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Voting & Elections 03.11.2024

Both Measures Could Adversely Affect Elections

On the April 2nd Spring Election ballot in Wisconsin, in addition to contests for local offices, judgeships, school board members and other positions, the Wisconsin Legislature has directed that there be two constitutional amendments put before voters for approval or rejection and they are important in how they affect elections and democracy in Wisconsin and in your ability to participate in those elections fairly and freely.

Fair Price for Fair Maps

Wisconsin Taxpayers to Pay Just $64,000 for Fair Voting Maps After Doling Out More Than $3 Million for Unfair, Partisan Gerrymandered Maps Over last 13 Years.

Gov. Evers Signs Transformative Redistricting Measure into Law

Today, Wisconsinites also can begin celebrating new, far more fair and representative state legislative district voting maps that will be in effect for this year’s August primary and November general elections. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers signed into law the very same voting maps he submitted to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Evers Has Said He Will Sign Maps Legislation into Law Effective for 2024 Elections

The Wisconsin Legislature on Tuesday passed new and dramatically different state legislative voting maps to be in place for the 2024 elections. Gov. Tony Evers has indicated he will sign them into law.

Attempt to Pass Flawed Redistricting Legislation to Maintain Extreme Partisan Advantage in State Senate Today

The legislation and action by the Republican majority today seeks to circumvent the majority decision by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Fast Tracked Process, Shortcomings in the Bill, and Lack of Bipartisan and Citizen Input Are All Cited as Major Problems

Opponents, including CC/WI Director Jay Heck’s lead-off testimony, cited "trust" issues and a flawed bill and process and a lack of bipartisan and citizen input. The hearing room was filled to capacity, with dozens testifying and not a single "citizen" spoke in full support of SB 488/AB 415.

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