Unequal Time

3/4 of Wisconsinites live in the green counties, 1/4 live in the yellow. Both are important, but why are we spending more time talking about how the yellow voted? pic.twitter.com/7nsfcBczoe — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) December 3, 2020              


Reporter: "Senator, have you congratulated Vice President Biden yet?" Sen. Ron Johnson: "No." Reporter: "Why not?" Johnson: "Nothing to congratulate him about." pic.twitter.com/Is7APE2frx — The Hill (@thehill) November 10, 2020              

In-Person Voting Window Begins Tue, 10.20

Beginning tomorrow (Oct. 20), Wisconsin voters will have an 11-day window to vote early, in person, in their municipalities. Here's how and where to vote early in person in the Milwaukee area before the November election https://t.co/oI7j2fWeww via @ecaseymedia — Mary Spicuzza (@MSpicuzzaMJS) October 19, 2020                  …

WisDems Seek a Timely Vote Count

Today, along with 22 of my colleagues in the legislature, I sent a letter to GOP leadership, asking that we convene and immediately take up legislation that would allow local election clerks to begin processing absentee ballots the Monday before election day. pic.twitter.com/fBFoyH0fr0 — Senator Chris Larson (@SenChrisLarson) October 13, 2020        …

Nobody yet…

“And Wisconsin goes for .?.?. nobody, yet.” That’s the kind of inconclusive message you may hear often on election night, as television networks try to cover the results of a presidential contest unlike any other in our history…. https://t.co/U5rYJTzL9M — John Adams (@DailyAdams) September 23, 2020                


Happy #NationalVoterRegistrationDay! In person registration is being held today at Pres House and Ian’s Pizza on State, and on Thursday at the Orpheum. Don’t forget to that bring proof of residence document! (https://t.co/UMqm2zkPhb)#BadgersVote pic.twitter.com/Qy0v0weeSv — BadgersVote (@BadgersVote) September 22, 2020                              

Bon Iver

The Bon Iver frontman is meeting Wisconsinites hesitant to vote through a contest called "A Visit With Vernon." It's part of a get-out-the-vote effort called "For Wisconsin," organized by Vernon's Eaux Claires festival and WYMS-FM (88.9), a.k.a. Radio Milwaukee. https://t.co/uEv9AM5cYT — Mary Spicuzza (@MSpicuzzaMJS) September 22, 2020                

Fair Maps and Beer

Polls show Wisconsinites support fair maps by overwhelming margins. We are also known to support beer. This coming weekend, the two collide:@WIFairMapsCo @WisVoices@ForOurFutureWI @LWV_WI @CitizenActionWI @wifairelections https://t.co/ehW2lwc5MC pic.twitter.com/iOtBopgNsH — Wisconsin Examiner (@WIExaminer) September 15, 2020              

REVEALED:Emails show Green Party asked Republican elections commissioner Spindell if he knew a ‘good lawyer’

On Aug. 21, Kevin Zeese, press secretary to the [Green Party] Hawkins campaign, asked [WISGOP elections commissioner] Spindell in an email, “Who do you think would be a good lawyer to handle this case?” On Aug. 22 Spindell responded, telling Zeese to call him, and giving him his phone number. Spindell says he recommended two…