Wisconsin voters will get two questions about election integrity next fall.
The State Assembly yesterday approved proposed amendments that would clarify that only US citizens 18 and older can vote in the state, and would ban the use of so-called Zuckerbucks in Wisconsin elections. State reps approved a third question as well, it would enshrine voter ID into the state constitution, but that has to be voted on again next year before it can go to voters. State Senator Mary Felzkowski says all three questions are not about Republicans or Democrats. She says they are about restoring confidence in Wisconsin’s electoral process.