MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - State election officials are telling voters to be cautious about the mailings they get from candidates and political parties about how and where to register and vote.
The Government Accountability Board and local government clerks say they’re getting numerous complaints and questions from people about certain mailings.
Board director Kevin Kennedy says those mailings mix voter information with campaign messages – and some of them have errors. Kennedy cited an example in the Madison area. He said the State Republican Party mistakenly told residents in parts of Madison to return their voter registration applications to the town of Albion.
Kennedy says voters should have their questions answered by their local clerks – or the accountability board’s Web site at MyVote.WI.Gov.