The state says voters are allowed to return only their own ballots, but there are nuances that observers could seize on to raise suspicion.

Reporting for Wisconsin voters means remembering that the stability of our democracy isn’t guaranteed.

But some clerks and legal experts aren’t convinced that the attorney general’s guidance will withstand challenges.

The judge’s decision in an ongoing lawsuit puts the Wisconsin Elections Commission on a tight timeline to implement the technology.

The confirmation vote came one month after a staff member sent the mayor a letter saying Paulina Gutiérrez is unfamiliar with the processes needed to run elections smoothly.

Some people with a criminal history aren’t clear on whether — and when — they regain their rights.

The plaintiff is requesting a judge to require voters to return a signed copy of their absentee request with their ballot for it to count.

They say their concerns about the new leader’s capacity to run the 2024 vote haven’t been sufficiently addressed.

The 2022 ban has changed the way some voters return mail ballots and how clerks collect them. The Wisconsin Supreme Court is about to consider overturning it.

They’re suing for the right to cast absentee ballots electronically, but security concerns stand in the way.

Claire Woodall runs through a 26-point checklist to ensure that ballots are handled correctly, and the public has a chance to watch what happens.

Who would be allowed to transport ballots, fix machines, or help set up polling places? Clerks struggle for answers.

We’ll cover the disputes over voting rules and how they affect voters and the local officials who run elections in this pivotal state.

Democrats have enough time to decide on a new nominee without a risk to ballot deadlines for the November election.

They’ve been confronting the threat of politically motivated violence for years. Now, they must go further to protect and reassure voters.

At some point, ballots have to go to the printer with the candidate’s name on them.

An impending Supreme Court ruling may help define the limits of the First Amendment, and the government’s power to police online falsehoods.

Defamation suit prompts distributor to disavow film about illegal voting. But its creators haven’t stopped selling the movie, or its false premise.

The laws have created a minefield for administrators — and the groups that have traditionally helped them.

The price tag could reach $300 million, says a top state election official. The legislature has allocated $0 — and set a two-year deadline.

From Arizona to Pennsylvania, Votebeat’s coverage has led to reforms that make democracy function better.

Inquiry into Steven Frid began in the fall after an anonymous complaint and led to his ouster from the Election Assistance Commission.

Trump says Republicans need to pay more attention to the issue. Parties have been saying this throughout American history.

Voting for the first time can be a big deal regardless of your age, and we want to hear about your experience.

Party worries that the candidate’s unrelenting false claims about fraud could discourage its supporters from turning out.

Across the country, grassroots groups inspired by big-name election influencers are pushing their election officials to get rid of machines. Those who have tried it proved it doesn’t work well.

Text messages show what a spokesman denied: a link between the state’s decision and false allegations from a right-wing website.

Pot of federal grant money is shrinking, and it’s tied up in spending negotiations

The study seeks to account for the full effect of policy changes since the landmark Shelby County decision that gutted a key provision of the Voting Rights Act in 2013.

A new effort will try to find the best way to solve the perennial problem of paying for elections

A bill would have enabled the state to automatically update a voter’s registration after they changed their driver’s license address. To some, that sounded like automatic voter registration.

‘The world was on fire’: Election officials on expecting the unexpected