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Voter ID confusion: People are getting in line for IDs they don't need

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — You do not need a photo ID to vote in the upcoming November 4th election. But it appears not everyone has gotten the message — and those people may be filling up the lines at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). 210 more words

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Questions and confusion in the mailbox over absentee ballots

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — You may be one of many who have received something in the mail on how to get an absentee ballot before the November election. 770 more words

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"We need to remind voters:" GAB asks for $460K for campaign to educate voters on Voter ID Law

MADISON (WITI) — The Wisconsin Government Accountability Board has asked the Legislature to release $460,800 in already-appropriated funds for a statewide TV, radio and online campaign to educate voters about the Voter ID Law that will be in effect for the November 4th general election. 1,178 more words

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Waukesha County judge dismisses lawsuit seeking ballot redesign

WAUKESHA (WITI/AP) — A Waukesha County judge has dismissed a lawsuit that asks that ballots for the November election be redesigned. Attorneys representing Republican candidates argued the ballots unfairly benefit Democrats. 433 more words

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Wisconsin election officials want lawsuit involving ballot issues tossed

MADISON (AP) — Wisconsin election officials want a judge to dismiss a lawsuit seeking changes to the newly designed ballot for the Nov. 4 election. 120 more words

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Republican legislative leaders sue GAB, say redesigned ballot is "flawed, confusing"

MADISON (WITI) — They’re being called flawed, confusing — even unfair. That’s how two top Republican lawmakers describe a new ballot set to debut in the November election. 349 more words

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Voter ID: Absentee ballot recipients will need to show identification

MADISON (WITI) — Wisconsin voters who requested absentee ballots will have to present copies of their photo identification to have those ballots counted. That’s according to the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board. 517 more words

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