Election integrity is on the minds of American voters across the political spectrum. It shouldn’t be too much for voters to expect their vote to be counted and for elections to be fair. Kudos to the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) for digging into the facts on a mobile voting unit used by Racine, Wis. in the 2022 elections.
“Using funding from the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), the City of Racine purchased a mobile voting unit (picture at right) for use in the 2022 elections.
“The unit (visits various designated locations around the city for the purpose of early voting (called ‘in-person absentee voting’ in Wisconsin). However, concerns have been raised about the extent to which the mobile unit complies with Wisconsin state law, including a law which prohibits an absentee balloting location which ‘affords an advantage to any political party.’
WILL “analyzes several issues and provides a statistical analysis as to whether Racine’s designated locations provide one party an advantage over the other.
“The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty found that the Democratic Party is advantaged by the locations designated by Racine.”
Check out the report here.