Spotlight: What’s next for WEC?

By M.D. Kittle

MADISON — Republican lawmakers want to see heads roll at the scandal-plagued Wisconsin Elections Commission. The regulator’s chief and its commissioners insist they aren’t going anywhere.

So what’s next for WEC?

Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe fired back this week at Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) for calling on the agency head to resign. Vos shares that sentiment with many of his Republican colleagues. Wolfe lashed out, calling criticism against her management and the commission’s rulings “partisan politics at its worst.”

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