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.