April 23, 2024

Yesterday, Wisconsin voters went to the polls for the spring primary. While there were no major races of consequence (yes, the Republican primary was held, but Trump won that by a healthy margin), there was an interesting referendum that passed.

More from The Federalist:

Wisconsin voters approved two constitutional amendment proposals Tuesday that prohibit private money from being used to conduct elections and mandate only legally designated government officials may administer elections. This makes Wisconsin the 28th state to ban “Zuckbucks”-style electioneering and the second to do so by constitutional amendment.

According to preliminary results, Question 1 is projected to pass. That amendment stipulates that “private donations and grants may not be applied for, accepted, expended, or used in connection with the conduct of any primary, election, or referendum.” Question 2 requires that “only election officials designated by law may perform tasks in the conduct of primaries, elections, and referendums. It was also approved by voters, according to The New York Times.

A good night for Wisconsin.

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More than half the states prohibit this now. Good.

Huge win.

This is something 25 other states already did.

It is so wrong.

We got something right this time.

People who also think we need to get ‘dark money’ out of politics, probably.

Upsets us, too.

Yes, it is.

Yes.

It is great news.

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