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WI Elections Commission Allows Clerks To Expand Indefinitely Confined Voting

WI Elections Commission Allows Clerks To Expand Indefinitely Confined Voting

People can return to their normal lives in Wisconsin and continue to declare themselves an indefinitely confined voter.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission last week sent a letter to local clerks about cleaning-up their voter rolls. The Commission said clerks need ‘reliable information’ before deactivating an indefinitely confined voter. But Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe said simply seeing voters out and about, even returning a ballot to the election office, is not reliable enough. Lawmakers say indefinitely confined voters are supposed to be sick or homebound. They say Wolfe’s letter goes against the intent of the state’s indefinitely confined voter law.

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