Wisconsin electionsconstitutional amendmentspartisan divide
The Associated Press determined voters in Wisconsin approved two constitutional amendments on election laws following significant support, even in Democratic-leaning areas.

Voters in Wisconsin passed two constitutional amendments, one limiting election official eligibility and another barring private election funding, with notable support exceeding former President Donald Trump's 2020 performance in Democratic areas. The measures, backed by Republicans and opposed by Democrats, reflect a profound partisan divide within the state.