While the presidential election took place ten months ago, the Wisconsin Election Commission appears to have only recently referred possible cases of felons casting votes to District Attorney’s offices around the state, according to one office that responded to Media Trackers request for comment. The La Crosse Tribune reported recently that a woman from La Crosse […]
Biennial maintenance by the state’s county Clerk & Recorders has resulted in more than 52,000 voters — or 7.7 percent of the total number of registered voters — being removed from the state’s voter database, a Media Trackers investigation has found.
Montana Democratic Secretary of State Linda McCulloch told lawmakers on Friday that “the onus is on the voter” and not elections officials when asked who ensures the integrity of Montana’s elections at a hearing of the State Administration Committee.
Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch, a Democrat, is once again reviving efforts to implement universal vote-by-mail standards in Montana. “I feel if every voter could get a ballot in their hands, that would increase those who voted,” McCulloch told Lee Newspapers last week. “It was true in 2014.” Originally introduced in the 2011 session […]
An old practice under state law that allows voters to register by putting down a geographic reference as their address rather than a specific street address continues to be an issue faced by elections’ officials in some rural Montana counties.
According to the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Government those who vote are entered into a chance to win a prize and should stop by the tribal government’s convention center for a free lunch or dinner.
The Miami-Dade County Commission yesterday rejected recommendations by Florida state officials and the American Civil Liberties Union to redraw unbalanced precincts that led to long voting lines in the 2012 elections.
The Tampa Bay Times published an editorial Tuesday calling it “shameful” to put voting restrictions on convicted felons in Florida.
PolitiFact Florida gave a “Mostly True” ruling on claims about felon voting even though the group couldn’t verify the facts underlying the activist’s claim.
In order to stay in office, Democrat state Rep. Andy Jorgensen supposedly moved from his home in Fort Atkinson to a home near Lake Koshkonong in the Town of Sumner. Media Trackers has learned that Jorgensen and his wife are registered to vote at separate residences.