Evers says Wisconsin ‘persevered’ through April 7 election because of mail-in voting


Gov. Tony Evers said Wisconsin “persevered” in this year’s spring election because of mail-in voting in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a Democratic Governors Association Facebook panel ahead of the final night of Dem National Convention programming, he encouraged Wisconsinites to again request absentee ballots if they’re uncomfortable voting in-person. But he urged every single person in the state to make sure to get out to vote in some manner this November.
“There’s no more important election in our lifetime than this one in November,” Evers told viewers. “If we lose just a handful of...

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