Madison — Yesterday, Representative Donna Rozar (R-Marshfield) joined her Assembly colleagues in passing a series of bills to strengthen election integrity in Wisconsin.
“I always say voting should be easy, but it should be difficult to cheat. After passing these bills in floor session, we are one step closer to achieving this goal. These bills address many concerns that came about from the 2020 election, including eliminating late-night ballot dumps through Monday processing (not counting/tallying) of absentee ballots, as well as strengthening the security of our absentee ballot voting process. Additionally, two constitutional amendments passed(second consideration). The first amendment bans the private funding of elections, aka ‘Zuckerbucks,’ and the second ensures that only United States citizens are able to vote in our elections. These proposed amendments will be on your ballot for your consideration within the next year and possible adoption and will be added to the Wisconsin Constitution if passed.”
The election integrity bills have already passed the State Senate and now await consideration by Governor Evers. If you have any questions about the bills passed by the Assembly, please reach out to my office via the contact information provided above.