voter id

Judge signals he'll keep voter ID in place

A federal judge says he almost certainly won't block Wisconsin's voter photo ID law amid allegations that state Division of Motor Vehicles employees are giving out inaccurate information about alternative voting credentials but the state must do more to let people know about the alternative process.

Report acknowledges inaccurate voter ID info

State attorneys have filed a report acknowledging some Department of Transportation employees supplied inaccurate information to people looking to obtain alternative credentials for voting in lieu of photo identification but the agency has since corrected the issues and upgraded training.

ACLU alleges state not issuing temporary IDs for voting

A state Department of Transportation spokeswoman says a report of agency employees refusing to issue temporary IDs for voting is concerning and the agency intends to comply with a federal judge's order for a review of procedures.

League of Women Voters hits road with voting information

Amidst more political mayhem surrounding voting rights than most citizens can keep track of, the League of Women Voters is managing to keep its eye on the prize – voter education and awareness – by taking the campaign to the people.

Clerks working to clear voter ID confusion

US Supreme Court holding voter ID law raises many questions

With the on-again, off-again, on-again and now off-again voter ID law in Wisconsin, county clerks are working to communicate the changes to voters in advance of November's election.

Assembly to vote on voter ID requirements

New requirements include opt-outs for poor, religious objectors

The state Assembly is expected to vote next week on a Republican bill designed to reinstate photo identification requirements for voters.

State Supreme Court takes pass for now on voter ID

Appeals court to hear cases first

Wisconsin's highest court said it won't hear challenges to the state's voter ID law until a court of appeals hears the cases, a setback for Republicans who wanted voters to have to show photo ID to vote in November's election.

State Supreme Court takes pass for now on voter ID

Appeals court to hear cases first

Wisconsin's highest court said it won't hear challenges to the state's voter ID law until a court of appeals hears the cases, a setback for Republicans who wanted voters to have to show photo ID to vote in November's election.

Commentary: What's the big deal about voter ID law?

Columnist says focus should be on getting more people to vote

C3K columnist Derrell Connor says he doesn't think it's a violation of anyone's rights to ask that people show a valid photo ID proving that they are who they say they are before casting a vote. 

Commentary: What's the big deal about voter ID law?

Columnist says focus should be on getting more people to vote

C3K columnist Derrell Connor says he doesn't think it's a violation of anyone's rights to ask that people show a valid photo ID proving that they are who they say they are before casting a vote. 

Editorial: Don't Rush Voter ID Review

Let appeal process proceed as it will.

Request that the state Supreme Court act to reinstate the state's voter identification law before the November election seems overly zealous.

Editorial: Don't Rush Voter ID Review

Let appeal process proceed as it will.

Request that the state Supreme Court act to reinstate the state's voter identification law before the November election seems overly zealous.

Van Hollen wants Supreme Court to take voter ID case

AG wants to require voter ID for November election

Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says he will ask the state Supreme Court to bypass lower courts and consider his appeal to decisions blocking the state's voter identification law.

Van Hollen wants Supreme Court to take voter ID case

AG wants to require voter ID for November election

Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says he will ask the state Supreme Court to bypass lower courts and consider his appeal to decisions blocking the state's voter identification law.

Wis. DOJ starts voter ID appeal process

DOJ files appeal notice with 2nd District Court of Appeals in Waukesha

The state Justice Department has begun the process of appealing a Madison judge's order blocking Wisconsin's new voter identification law.

Wis. DOJ starts voter ID appeal process

DOJ files appeal notice with 2nd District Court of Appeals in Waukesha

The state Justice Department has begun the process of appealing a Madison judge's order blocking Wisconsin's new voter identification law.

Van Hollen will appeal voter ID ruling

Judge ruled voter ID law impairs right to vote

Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said he will appeal a Dane County judge's ruling blocking Wisconsin's new voter identification law.