This is a regular, quarterly meeting of the Wisconsin Elections Commission. An agenda and meeting materials will be posted before the meeting.
Attending the Meeting
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting was held via video teleconference only.
Archive video of the meeting is available on Wisconsin Eye: https://wiseye.org/2021/03/02/wisconsin-elections-commission-march-2021-meeting/
The WEC provides captioning services for the benefit of those who are deaf or have a hearing disability. Use the CC Live Transcript button at the bottom of the Zoom client to view the captioning during the meeting.
The WEC will be taking brief public comments from Wisconsin residents at the start of the meeting. Sign up to speak by emailing @email with "Speaker Request" in the subject line. The deadline for requests to speak is 4 p.m. Monday, March 1. The Commission staff will contact those who sign up to speak with details prior to the meeting. The Commission Chair will call on as many speakers as possible during the public comment period. Due to time limits, speakers are welcome to submit extended, written remarks, which will be distributed to members of the Commission.
Members of the public who do not wish to speak but still want to communicate with the Commissioners about the items on this agenda should email @email with “Message to Commissioners” in the subject line.
A. Call to Order
B. Administrator’s Report of Appropriate Meeting Notice
C. Minutes of Previous Meetings
1. February 3, 2021
D. Personal Appearances (Time reserved for personal appearances may be limited by the Chair)
E. Consideration of Adoption of Special Voting Deputy Guidance for the April 6, 2021 Election and Analysis of Administrative Rule Process
1. Special Voting Deputy Explainer
2. Draft Clerk Guidance Document
F. Status Report on Electronic Voting Equipment Audit
G. Consideration of Adoption of Plan for Electronic Registration Information Center- 2021 Movers Mailer
H. Staff Update
I. Consideration of Updates to Commission’s Legislative Agenda
J. Closed Session
1. Election Complaints – Wis. Stat. § 5.05
2. Litigation Update
§19.851 – The Commission’s discussions concerning violations of election law shall be in closed session.
§19.85(1)(g) – The Commission may confer with legal counsel concerning litigation strategy.