Wisconsin lawmakers continue to want to fix the problems they saw with the 2020 election.
Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate approved four election plans yesterday. One would allow the state supreme court to accept direct election lawsuits, another would require the Wisconsin Elections Commission to be more open, a third would regulate how outside nonprofits can spend money in the state, and the fourth would give extra protections to poll workers. It’s unclear if any of the plans will become law. Governor Evers has said he will not sign anything that makes it more difficult for people in Wisconsin to vote.