MILWAUKEE — The city of Milwaukee will be live-streaming ballot-counting after the polls close, Mayor Tom Barrett announced Monday.
Milwaukee citizens will be able to watch poll workers count the ballots on Milwaukee City Channel's YouTube page.
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There will be two channels set up for citizens to watch according to the mayor.
He made the announcement Monday saying the move is in an effort to have full transparency this election.
In the interest of full transparency, Central Count activities will be broadcast live Nov. 3 on @MKE_TV's YouTube pages until close. Watch different camera views on the two links below:— Mayor Tom Barrett (@MayorOfMKE) November 2, 2020
Milwaukee City Channel II: https://t.co/L3cza0K7Uc
To view the live streams, you can click on either of the following two links beginning Tuesday.