Milwaukee's elections chief says Wisconsin's voter ID law caused problems at the polls in the city and likely contributed to lower voter turnout.
U.S. District Judge James Peterson made the right call last week when he ordered the state to provide additional information to the public about how to get voting credentials but chose not to halt the state's voter ID law.
A federal judge has signed off on new handouts explaining how people who lack photo identification can get alternative voting credentials.
A federal judge ordered Wisconsin transportation officials Thursday to immediately produce documents clearly explaining how people who lack a photo ID can obtain voting credentials and to perform checks to ensure field workers are giving applicants correct information about the process.
State attorneys won't appeal a federal judge's order to produce documents that clearly explain Wisconsin's alternative voting credential system.
Gov. Scott Walker says the state Department of Justice found problems with how Wisconsin's voter ID law was being administered during spot checks of driver license stations.
A hearing has been scheduled in federal court less than four weeks before the election to consider a motion calling for suspension of Wisconsin's voter ID law.
Workers at seven Division of Motor Vehicles offices across Wisconsin are heard in newly released recordings giving would-be voters without photo IDs inaccurate information about the availability of credentials that would allow them to cast a ballot in next month's election.
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A federal judge has ordered the state to investigate whether transportation officials have been denying people temporary photo identification to vote.
With more than 120 million Americans expected to cast ballots for president this fall, the nation's voting process seems more convoluted than ever and rife with potential for confusion come Election Day.
The state Department of Transportation plans to ship voting credentials overnight to people who try to obtain photo identification during election week.
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