Wisconsin considering constitutional amendment to ban private money into public election administration

October 9, 2023

Wisconsin will be offering a constitutional amendment to voters in the state's April 2024 primary election that would ban private funding of public elections in response to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg's "Zuckerbucks."

After Zuckerberg poured an astounding $350 million into elections around the nation in 2020, multiple states have moved to ban the practice.

Zuckerberg's influence may have altered the outcome of the 2020 presidential election which is why so many states are moving to prevent that from happening again.

A report by the Capital Research Center noted, "Out of those 28 grants just 8 of the recipient localities were won by Trump, while 20 were won by Biden. Together, these 20 cities received $9 million or 90% of all CTCL funds in Wisconsin."

Past efforts in Wisconsin to ban private money in elections were stopped by Gov. Tony Evers (D) who vetoed two bills that would have banned private election funding.

Now Wisconsin's voters will be able to decide whether to ban private election funding or not in April. If they do, it will be another big victory for Americans working to prevent billionaires like Zuckerberg from single-handedly influencing national elections.

We encourage you to share this article on Twitter and Facebook. Just click those two links - you'll see why.

It's important to share the news to spread the truth. Most people won't.