On Wednesday, March 27, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe will speak at the Manitowoc Public Library. Her presentation is titled You Can Trust Wisconsin’s Election System (!). The event is sponsored by the Manitowoc Public Library and the League of Women Voters–Manitowoc County.

Wednesday, March 27
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Manitowoc Public Library
Balkansky Community Room AB
707 Quay Street, Manitowoc


In September 2023, the Wisconsin Senate voted 22 to 11 to remove Wolfe from her position. She refuses to leave. The Senate has recommended that the Assembly commence impeachment proceedings.

2023 Assembly Resolution AR 18, introduced in November by Representatives Brandtjen, Allen, Behnke, Bodden, and Wichgers, offers 15 reasons why Wolfe should be impeached. Seven appear below. Brandtjen has attempted three times to bring the resolution to the Assembly floor, only to be ruled “out of order” each time. She reports, “Meagan Wolfe will oversee the 2024 Presidential Election in Wisconsin, even though her term expired in July of last year.”

Article 1. Administrator Wolfe’s Maladministration During the 2020 Presidential Election

Administrator Wolfe promoted and encouraged illegal alterations of absentee ballot applications during the administration of the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin.

Article 2. Administrator Wolfe’s Neglect of Duty in Safeguarding Wisconsinites’ Personal Data

Administrator Wolfe committed maladministration by unlawfully failing to protect Wisconsin citizens’ confidential and personal information as mandated by state statutes.

Article 3. Administrator Wolfe’s Maladministration in Ensuring Safeguards Against Fraudulent Voting

Administrator Wolfe unlawfully failed to establish the minimum required safeguards to prevent fraudulent voting in Wisconsin.

Article 4. Administrator Wolfe’s Unlawful Advocacy for Ballot Drop Boxes

Administrator Wolfe unlawfully promoted maladministration with the use of ballot drop boxes.

Article 5. Administrator Wolfe’s Role in Enabling Unlawful Absentee Voting in Long-Term Care Facilities Without Special Voting Deputies

Administrator Wolfe was involved in facilitating illegal absentee voting in long-term care facilities without the presence of Special Voting Deputies (SVDs), as required by Wisconsin law.

Article 6. Administrator Wolfe’s Neglect in Safeguarding the Votes of Overseas Military Voters

Administrator Wolfe is charged with maladministration for failing to protect overseas military voters’ votes, as Wisconsin Statutes require.

Article 7. Administrator Wolfe’s Involvement in the Employment of Partisan, Out-of-State Residents for Election Administration in 2020

Administrator Wolfe facilitated, promoted, and encouraged the employment of partisan, out-of-state residents to administer Wisconsin’s elections in 2020. In this maladministration, Mark Zuckerberg’s stated objective in 2020 was to aid in the defeat of President Donald Trump.

Protest Meagan Wolfe in Manitowoc