Wisconsin’s latest election reforms are back for a hearing at the State Capitol today.
An Assembly panel will hear about a handful of plans that deal with everything from closing polling places to the rules for livestreaming Election Night vote counts. There is also a hearing on a plan to spell-out how illegal it is to attack or threaten election workers in Wisconsin. It still remains unclear, however, how many of the reforms will become law. Governor Evers has been clear that he won’t sign anything that he believes will make it tougher to vote in the state.