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  • Ensuring Fair Election Results

  • Protections Against Price Gouging

  • Complete the U.S. Census

  • Happy Easter!

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Ron's Recap: April 10, 2020

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During Tuesday's election, I visited several polling places to check in on in-person voting. I was impressed with each municipality's efforts to maintain a clean and safe polling place. 

I am glad to hear that despite concerns, Elections Commission officials did not report hearing of any major problems during the election. The results of the Spring Primary Election will be released starting next week Monday. 

 Ensuring Fair Election Results

This week, I wrote to the Wisconsin Elections Commission, urging them to investigate a potential case of an elected official encouraging voter fraud. Appleton Alderperson, Katie Van Zeeland, proceeded to encourage voters to fill out their absentee ballots and send them in after the date of the election had already passed. She acted inappropriately because these late ballots could be improperly included by a mistake or malfeasance.  Such a mistake could benefit either party, unfairly. 

 

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Protection Against Price Gouging 

During this time of uncertainty, you should know of your rights and how you can take action suspected price gouging.
Wisconsin’s statute §100.305 prohibits charging “unreasonably excessive prices,” commonly referred to as price gouging, during “a period of abnormal economic disruption.”
Please visit Wisconsin’s Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection’s website for what to do if you suspect price gouging and for additional information.

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Do your Part! Complete the U.S. Census 

Wisconsin leads the nation in U.S. responses, and Outagamie County leads Wisconsin in responses! Let's keep it up! 

For the first time, you can complete the form online. Your participation in the 2020 Census is essential for the following reasons:

1. Census results help determine how billions of dollars in federal funding flow into states and communities each year.

2. The results determine how many seats in Congress each state gets.

3. It's mandated by the U.S. Constitution in Article 1, Section 2: The U.S. has counted its population every 10 years since 1790.

Fill out the 2020 Census at https://www.2020census.gov/

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From my Family to Yours, Happy Easter!

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