A questionnaire seeking information about the mail-in voting system and digging for details on vote-counting was received by officials in Wisconsin.
A copy of the Wisconsin questionnaire, obtained by CNN, raises questions about whether remote voting processes are trustworthy. The campaign asks for information on how officials will prevent voters from voting twice, once by mail, and once in person. There was a question asking whether there is a way to identify if a ballot was sent by a Democrat or Republican. President Donald Trump has created chaos by violating Twitter's rules, where he told the voters to vote twice. This is not the first time Trump has suggested that it would be wise to vote twice. Douglas A. Kellner, co-chairman of the New York State Board of Elections, accused Mr. Trump of feeding concern in voters' minds and adding more work to county elections boards already strained to the limit by a presidential election and coronavirus.