Federal court rulings in July 2016 ordered significant changes to Wisconsin election law, and their implementation will make it easier for many citizens to obtain a photo ID and cast a ballot that will be counted. These changes will not take effect until after the August 9 Partisan Primary Election.
The Attorney General has announced that the state will appeal the rulings. That could lead to a stay of the current injunctions and possibly other changes in the future. The League is monitoring the situation, and we will update our voter information resources, both online and in print, when we have reliable information from the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
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