Green Bay clerk has not 'strictly' adhered to laws regarding Election Day registration, but promises to do better in future

Green Bay clerk has not ‘strictly’ adhered to laws regarding Election Day registration, but promises to do better in future


The clerk for the City of Green Bay, Wisconsin — a crucial swing state that could determine the winner of the 2024 presidential election — has admitted that she has not “strictly” followed state election laws regarding Election Day registration, but she claims she will do better going forward.

Last month, the Public Interest Legal Fund filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission against Celestine Jeffreys, who became the Green Bay city clerk shortly after the contentious 2020 election. According to the complaint, Jeffreys has regularly failed to report those who register to vote on Election Day but who apparently do not live at the address they gave.

‘It’s not often you have an elected official admit she doesn’t know the law.’

According to a report from

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