While the April election set records for absentee and mail-in voting in Wisconsin, the state’s election managers say there’s no evidence of an increase in rejected ballots.
The Wisconsin Election Commission yesterday released a report into the April Election. It shows that voters cast the most absentee ballots ever in a spring election in the state, and cast the most mail-in ballots as well. But the Election Commission says the percent of ballots rejected by local clerks, less than two percent, is consistent with other elections in the state.
Some voters complained that their mail-in ballots never came and feared they would be rejected for being late.