Armstrong Votes for Election Integrity

Madison, WI – The Assembly has approved a sweeping elections reform package, including three proposed amendments to the Wisconsin Constitution.

“After the 2020 and 2022 elections, I heard from many constituents who were concerned about the integrity of our elections process,” State Rep. Dave Armstrong (R-Rice Lake) said.  “The bills on today’s calendar are a big step toward addressing those concerns.”

The Assembly concurred in three proposed constitutional amendments the Senate approved earlier this week:

As the Legislature previously passed resolutions identical to SJR 71 and SJR 78 during the 2021-2022 legislative session, those proposals will go to voters in a statewide referendum next year.  The Legislature must pass language identical to SJR 73 again in the next session (2025-2026) before the photo ID requirement goes to a referendum.