MADISON (AP) — Republican lawmakers in battleground Wisconsin have introduced a series of bills designed to make it more difficult to vote absentee, a push that comes after former President Donald Trump made unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud after his narrow loss to President Joe Biden.

Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, is all-but certain to veto the bills should they pass the Republican-controlled Legislature. But the measures released on Monday show the priorities of Republicans and what they may try to enact if a Republican is elected governor in 2022.

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