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Chief Inspector Self-Evaluation

The state legislature requires the Wisconsin Elections Commission to develop and make availabile a chief inspector “self-evaluation” to gauge their comprehension of election administration laws and procedures after completing training.

The results of the self-evaluation do not affect the chief inspector’s appointment or qualifications to serve. The self-evaluation is composed of 30 true or false and multiple-choice questions and can be used as a training tool when clerks conduct training sessions for their election workers. An answer key is also provided.  The self-evaluation is also offered in a powerpoint format.  See documents at the bottom of the page.

Please note: The Wisconsin Elections Commission has determined that credit card statements may be used as proof of residence.  For more information, please review the clerk communication posted on October 1, 2018:  Bank and Credit Card Statements as Proof of Residence.  The materials below have been updated to reflect this information, except for the video.  



Click here to view video                                               

Webinar Downloading Instructions

1. Click the link above, which will take you to the Vimeo website.

2. Click the 'Download' button that appears below the video.

3. Choose either a Standard (SD) or High Definition (HD) file and click the Download button.

4. Another little menu will pop up. If you're a Windows user, select the Save button and save the file to your desktop or somewhere else on your computer where you store saved files. 


Chief Inspector Self-Evaluation 12 4 17.pdf691.45 KB
Baseline CIT self-eval answer key 10 23 18.pdf159.96 KB
Chief Inspector Self-Evaluation PP.ppt653.5 KB