Wisconsin’s elections officials are correcting misinformation about last week’s voting and the results.
The state’s chief elections officer Meagan Wolfe says misinformation has circulated on social media and political websites raising unfounded rumors about the integrity of Wisconsin’s results.
Wolfe said while the results are still unofficial and are currently being triple checked as part of the canvass and certification process, elections officials have not seen any credible information to cast any doubt on those unofficial results. In response to the misinformation, the state Elections Commission has released a list of the top facts about Wisconsin elections. You can read that release here.