Since Gov. Scott Walker took office in 2011, he has signed or made changes to 33 pieces of legislation that affect how Wisconsin residents vote, according to data from the Wisconsin Legislative Council.
Changes range from the first bill on voting rights passed in 2011 clarifying how municipal clerks must handle absentee ballots to the latest pair of bills signed earlier in December reorganizing the Government Accountability Board and lifting caps on how campaigns are financed by businesses and political action committees.
The most changes were made to voting and elections during the 2013-14 session when Walker signed 16 bills into law. He has signed seven into law so far this session, which ends officially in January, 2017. Scroll through the timeline and check out the legislative memos linked with each act.