Republicans want to restrict drop boxes and absentee voting. Democrats aim to make it easier to vote. Both parties favor quicker vote counting.
The state ranks relatively well on most measures of election administration. But some advocates say Wisconsin could do more to help people vote.
Close elections may become more common in Wisconsin, fueling participation but also more political divisiveness
Some towns and villages require residents to choose local candidates in January gatherings. Do these caucuses violate disability and voting rights?
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Republicans called for changes to election law and made broad allegations of fraud and misconduct but offered little proof.
Experts say pro-Trump lawmakers could try to overturn voters’ will and send an alternate set of electors, but the Democratic governor could block the effort
The president’s team wants to toss 170,000 in-person absentee ballots in Dane and Milwaukee counties; experts call the effort a long shot.
Despite smaller turnout, activists see hopeful signs of determination as voters cast ballots amid a pandemic and barriers to get-out-the-vote efforts.
Election officials say they expect a smooth day of voting Tuesday, but they remain on the lookout for disruptions and intimidation.