Wisconsin is getting ready to purge its voter rolls.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission this week agreed to begin the process of removing more than 180 thousand people from voter registration lists across the state. Anyone who hasn’t voted in four years will get a postcard from the Elections Commission, and anyone who doesn’t respond to the card will be removed. The purge comes after the Elections Commission fought a move to remove some voters before last year’s elections. Lawmakers in Madison say this purge is routine.