Voting is a right. Currently, Wisconsin has one of the most stringent voting rights restoration policies in the nation, only allowing rights restoration after fully completing the terms of a sentence – including probation, parole, and extended supervision. SB 69 & AB 76 would make this problem even worse by adding additional requirements before rights are restored. This would take us backward in the fight to protect Wisconsinites’ freedom to vote.
SB 69 was introduced on February 15, 2023, and referred to the Senate Committee on Government Operations, Elections and Consumer Protection. It is available to be scheduled for a public hearing. AB 76 was introduced on February 28, 2023, and referred to the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections. It is available to be scheduled for a public hearing.
Ask your legislators to oppose SB 69 & AB 76.
|Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections, and Consumer Protection||Awaiting Action|
|Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections||Awaiting Action|
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