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Voters Have Spoken: Administering Wisconsin Elections After the New Constitutional Amendments 2024

Product ID: CA3662W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Election enigmas

At the 2024 spring election in Wisconsin, voters approved two new amendments to the state constitution impacting election law. One amendment puts an end to private election grants, which were used by several Wisconsin communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The second amendment mandates that only election officials can perform “any task in the conduct of an election.” But who is considered an “election official” and what does “any task” encompass?  What impact will the new amendments have on conducting elections in Wisconsin?

At Voters Have Spoken: Administering Wisconsin Elections After the New Constitutional Amendments, Madison City Attorney Michael Haas will address lingering questions and potential issues as clerks prepare for the next round of 2024 elections – including the November general election. You’ll explore:

  • The origins of the referendum questions
  • Whether the amendments will impact voters and how elections are conducted 
  • Outstanding legal questions that need to be addressed
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Pricing

Member $99.00

Non-Member $149.00

Credits

1 CLE

Date and Time

Monday, July 15, 202412:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 7/15/2024 12:00:00 PM 7/15/2024 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Voters Have Spoken: Administering Wisconsin Elections After the New Constitutional Amendments 2024

Election enigmas

At the 2024 spring election in Wisconsin, voters approved two new amendments to the state constitution impacting election law. One amendment puts an end to private election grants, which were used by several Wisconsin communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The second amendment mandates that only election officials can perform “any task in the conduct of an election.” But who is considered an “election official” and what does “any task” encompass?  What impact will the new amendments have on conducting elections in Wisconsin?

At Voters Have Spoken: Administering Wisconsin Elections After the New Constitutional Amendments, Madison City Attorney Michael Haas will address lingering questions and potential issues as clerks prepare for the next round of 2024 elections – including the November general election. You’ll explore:

  • The origins of the referendum questions
  • Whether the amendments will impact voters and how elections are conducted 
  • Outstanding legal questions that need to be addressed
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Election enigmas

At the 2024 spring election in Wisconsin, voters approved two new amendments to the state constitution impacting election law. One amendment puts an end to private election grants, which were used by several Wisconsin communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The second amendment mandates that only election officials can perform “any task in the conduct of an election.” But who is considered an “election official” and what does “any task” encompass?  What impact will the new amendments have on conducting elections in Wisconsin?

At Voters Have Spoken: Administering Wisconsin Elections After the New Constitutional Amendments, Madison City Attorney Michael Haas will address lingering questions and potential issues as clerks prepare for the next round of 2024 elections – including the November general election. You’ll explore:

  • The origins of the referendum questions
  • Whether the amendments will impact voters and how elections are conducted 
  • Outstanding legal questions that need to be addressed
Read More ↓

Michael Haas has served as Madison City Attorney since May 2020. He previously worked in various legal and management positions at the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board and the Wisconsin Elections Commission and was the first Administrator of the Elections Commission. Mike started his legal career with the law firm of Roethe Krohn Pope, LLC, where his practice focused on municipal law as well as general practice matters. He received his undergraduate degree in Government from Harvard University and his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School. 

  • Hear the latest insights on the recent changes to the Wisconsin constitution
  • Discover the origins of the referendum questions
  • Review how private grant funds had been utilized by local election offices across the state
  • Understand how the rules governing elections in Wisconsin have changed
  • Analyze lingering questions about how the amendments will impact elections and voters
  • Government lawyers
  • Administrative lawyers
  • Constitutional lawyers
  • Municipal clerks
  • County clerks
  • Anyone interested in Wisconsin elections 
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