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“State makes it easier to fix ballot”

Good news from Wisconsin: The state Elections Commission on Friday made it easier for local clerks to fix minor errors on absentee ballots to make sure they are counted. The move is aimed at making sure thousands of absentee ballots … Continue reading ?
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