No. We have known about Coronovirus for weeks now. People have had plenty of time to vote absentee if they wanted to. And those who were planning to vote in person have a right to do so. We held elections during war, civil strife, and other disease outbreaks. We can do it again. Stop messing with our rights.
WISCONSIN — Governor Tony Evers is calling for a special session on Saturday to discuss the upcoming election.
According to the governor, he would like to see absentee ballots mailed out to every Wisconsin citizen who has not yet requested one.
Evers would like to see these ballots mailed out by May 19, and extend the receiving date to May 26.
The special session to discuss these new requests will take place on Saturday, at 4 p.m. Should these new requests go into effect, all in-person voting would be canceled. That includes drive-up voting.