A Madison postal worker is among 15,000 Wisconsinites who sent concerns to Sen. Tammy Baldwin about the USPS taking sorting machines out of commission in the lead-up to an election that will feature a record number of mail-in absentee ballots.
Riley Vetterkind reports on a bizarre twist in the Evers recall effort. The organizer said she had enough signatures to force an election, but also told a group on social media not to pay attention to the number she told a Racine reporter because "any press is better than no press" and that she would "make up some crap to tell them." Worse than no press: Lying. And forgery!