MILWAUKEE — Ahead of Tuesday's Spring Election and with early voting underway, Wisconsinites are weighing in on the fate of two constitutional amendments— one would bar private donations from supporting election administration and the other takes aim at who can work as a poll worker.

"It certainly stems from the 2020 election," said Dr. Anthony Chergosky, a professor of political science at UW-La Crosse. "We know that many Republican voters still have doubts about the integrity of the 2020 election, and undoubtedly Republican politicians are under pressure to show the base of their party that they are responding to the concerns of the base."

Regardless of the results Tuesday, a potentially even more impactful referendum is slated for the August ballot as Republicans aim to shift spending of federal funding from the Governor's office to the legislature, which is currently controlled by Republicans.

"It could be quite significant as it also stems from the pandemic," Dr. Chergosky said. "Governor Evers had a lot of federal money to spend from the actions of Congress throughout the pandemic, and he certainly used that power to direct funding in ways his administration saw fit."

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