Senator Feyen Statement on Undelivered Absentee Ballots in Oshkosh
MADISON, WI – Today, after learning of the discovery of undelivered absentee ballots, Senator Dan Feyen released the following statement:
“After logging a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) on behalf of my constituents, I learned the WEC received a call from a postal service worker informing them three large tubs of absentee ballots from voters in Oshkosh and Appleton, were just located.
Although, we are unsure at this moment how this could have happened, I want to assure my constituents I am working with the Elections Commission and will be posting more guidance for those of you who never received your ballot in the mail.
I understand your frustration and am working hard to try to remedy the situation.”
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