You Can Trust Wisconsin’s Election System

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During the course of her appearance in Manitowoc Public Library’s Balkansky Community Room the evening of March 27, Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator, Meagan Wolfe, will provide an outline of Wisconsin’s very thorough and decentralized system of running elections, speaking to how the Wisconsin system is different than systems in other states, and explain why our state’s voters should trust it to deliver accurate and fair results. We hope that you’ll be able to join us on March 27 for the information-rich “You Can Trust Wisconsin’s Election System,” presented by Manitowoc Public Library and the League of Women Voters—Manitowoc County, from 6-7:45 PM. If you are unable to attend in-person, this presentation will also be livestreamed on both MPL’s Facebook page ( and YouTube channel.


Meagan Wolfe is administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, serving as the state’s chief election official. Meagan was appointed by the bi-partisan, six-member Commission in February of 2018 and unanimously confirmed by the Wisconsin State Senate in May of 2019 for a four-year term. Serving as an election security advocate and ambassador for the needs of Wisconsin’s clerks and voters are among her highest priorities. A significant part of her job is ensuring that Wisconsin’s 1,922 local election officials (the most of any state) have the resources and technology they need to conduct elections. Meagan previously served as WEC’s Deputy Administrator and IT Director, managing the teams that develop and maintain the statewide voter registration system, election security, and all other IT applications of the Commission. Meagan joined state service in 2011, starting as the state’s voter outreach coordinator and later as an elections IT project manager leading a major redesign of the MyVote Wisconsin voter information portal (



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