Will Flanders

WILL Rebuttal to UW Voter ID Study

In a statement made to the media, one of the study’s authors, UW Professor Kenneth Mayer, said that persons who are eligible but “cannot vote because of” the Voter ID law have been” disenfranchised.” But that it is not what the survey found. According to the press release from the study, “Most of the people who said they did not vote because they lacked ID actually possessed a qualifying form of ID.”

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2 hours ago
"...while we can accept that things are tough, it does not mean we should not plan for the future. This poll points us towards some red flags that educators and policymakers should be proactive in addressing."

3 hours ago
WILL President @RickEsenberg joined @HeartlandInst and @PaulFarrowWi for a discussion on 'stay-at-home' orders and the state responses to COVID-19.

21 hours ago
Research Director @WillFlandersWI in @CapTimes: "We can ease the hardships of educating during COVID-19 with smart policy"

22 hours ago
Similarly, a comparable @NevadaPolicyRI analysis found that Nevada's prevailing-wage rates were ~60% higher than market rates.

Looking for ways to narrow the #Coronavirus budget gap? Abolishing prevailing-wage mandates is a good place to start...

#nvleg https://t.co/IiPtsNgzl3 https://t.co/UjNulrHufD

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