Federal election watchers head to Wisconsin for Sept. 9 primary
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Federal election observers will be watching Wisconsin's primary.
Observers from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission will visit Milwaukee and Madison to monitor election administration and voting. They'll gauge whether a $2 million grant the commission gave Wisconsin to improve the state's election data collection has led to improvements.
Officials from the federal Government Accountability Office in Chicago also will visit the state to see how accessible polls in southeastern Wisconsin are for the disabled.
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