State Capitol Report: Lawsuits Over Voter Roles, State Senator Talks Issues

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A woman looks over her voting ballot
A woman over the ballot while voting, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in Gates Mills, Ohio. Tony Dejak/AP Photo 

A new lawsuit could force state elections officials to scrub voter rolls of people who are suspected of having moved. We look at this lawsuit and others brought by a conservative legal group. Then, we talk with a Democratic state senator about gun safety, vaping and other issues.

Featured in this Show

  • Conservative Legal Case Against Wisconsin Election Commission

    A conservative legal group is suing the Wisconsin Election Commission, alleging that they’ve violated state law by keeping voters who’ve moved on the rolls. We speak with the organization’s lawyer about this case and others.

  • Senate Minority Leader Reflects On Fall's Legislative Movement

    As activity at the State Capitol winds down for the year, we talk with the Senate minority leader about what lawmakers have accomplished so far, what’s ahead, and how they plan to work through partisan divisions to address key issues.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Jana Rose Schleis Producer
  • Laura Pavin Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Rick Esenberg Guest
  • State Senator Jennifer Shilling Guest