Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate approved legislation Wednesday to limit the availability of ballot drop boxes in some communities, create more paperwork for absentee voters and require disabled voters to provide copies of their IDs to vote in more cases. The bills face almost certain vetoes from Democratic Gov. Tony Evers if they get to him. “My basic theory is democracy works best when we get as many people to the polls as possible,” Evers said in an interview. “I don’t care if they vote for Republicans or Democrats, as long as they vote. Any time that we take a step back from that, I will look with great disdain on those bills.” Patrick Marley, The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
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