MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A politically divided Wisconsin Elections Commission will consider for the second time in a week whether to mail absentee ballot application forms to 2.7 million registered voters in the battleground state ahead of the November presidential election.
The panel split 3-3 along partisan lines last week on whether to mail the forms to nearly all registered voters, even if they had not requested one.
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Democrats were in favor while Republicans were opposed.
The commission is meeting again Wednesday to once again take up the issue.
Democrats have advocated for more mail-in voting, while Republicans and President Donald Trump have opposed it.