MADISON (AP) — U.S. Justice Department officials say they plan to monitor elections in Wisconsin Tuesday, August 14th.
It is routine practice for officials from the department to be sent to monitor elections across the country to watch out for illegal voting practices, harassment and intimidation.
Both Wisconsin and Florida will hold primary elections on Tuesday.
According to the agency, it will monitor polling sites in Milwaukee for the Wisconsin elections.
CLICK HERE for election resources via the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board website.
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