Elections Commission Deadlocks

Elections Commission Deadlocks

The Wisconsin Elections Commission isn’t telling the state’s elections boss she can’t speak to state lawmakers this month. But the Commission isn’t recommending that she appear before a Senate committee either.

The Elections Commission last night deadlocked over whether elections administrator Meagan Wolfe should appear before state senators. The Republican-controlled Senate wants to remove Wolfe as elections administrator, and the planned Senate hearing could be a first step toward that goal. Last night Democratic commissioners said Wolfe shouldn’t go. Wolfe said she feels like she’s in a no-win situation, but didn’t say whether she will appear before the Senate if asked.

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