Swing State Votes for Major Election Integrity Initiative, Will Change How Elections Are Run After 'Zuckerbucks' Ban

Swing State Votes for Major Election Integrity Initiative, Will Change How Elections Are Run After ‘Zuckerbucks’ Ban


Wisconsin voters chose Tuesday to approve two Republican sponsored ballot initiatives that ended the use of “Zuckerbucks” in their elections, as well as limited those who may work in elections to government employees.

Question 1 created a constitutional amendment that bars election officials from accepting private grants to fund their operations.

Question 2 added a constitutional amendment requiring that “only election officials designated by law may perform tasks in the conduct of primaries, elections, and referendum.”

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Question 1 passed by a margin of approximately 54 to 46 percent, while Question 2 won by 59 to 41 percent, according to the most recent numbers reported by The New York Times.

Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers had twice vetoed bills aimed at addressing these issues.

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