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State Constitution



SECTION 1. Every United States citizen age 18 or older who is a resident of an election district in this state is a qualified elector of that district.

News of interest

February 22, 2022: “Constitutional amendments up for votes this week would bar donations from outside groups to help run elections and say that only U.S. citizens can vote. Those could be put up for voter approval in 2023, a year before the presidential election.” Read More

April 29, 2021: “The Wisconsin Constitution guarantees that every U.S. citizen 18 and over is a qualified elector, however nowhere does it specifically state that only U.S. citizens are qualified to vote in state or local elections. That is a problem that needs to be addressed, according to Sen. Roger Roth (R-Appleton) and Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna), who are currently circulating a resolution seeking to amend the state constitution so it “provides clarity that a qualified elector is only a U.S. citizen for the purpose of all elections and ballot measures in Wisconsin.” Read More

Legislation of Interest:

SJR32: Amend the constitution from Every United States citizens to Only United States citizens

January 25, 2022 – Assembly received from the Senate

January 25, 2022 – Adopted in the Senate

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