Election 2022-Wisconsin

Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe, poses outside of the Wisconsin State Capitol Building, on Aug. 31, 2020. Wisconsin’s top election official says she isn’t worried about voter intimidation or partisan observers at the polls this fall. In a Tuesday news conference, Wolfe said that her primary concern is combating misinformation about the elections process. (Ruthie Hauge//Wisconsin State Journal via AP, file)

MADISON — Wisconsin’s top elections official said Tuesday that she wasn’t worried about increased voter intimidation or partisan observers at the polls this fall, when the Democratic governor and a Republican U.S. senator are up for reelection in the presidential battleground state.

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