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April 8, 2014

Completed Resolutions and Referendums in Wisconsin

  1.         City of Madison – ballot referendum passed April 5, 2011 with 84% approval.
  2.         Dane County – ballot referendum passed April 5, 2011 with 78% approval.
  3.         City of West Allis – ballot referendum passed April 3, 2012 with 70% approval.
  4.         Town of Westport – town board unanimously approved resolution May 7, 2012.
  5.         Dunn County – board of supervisors approved resolution July 25, 2012.
  6.         Eau Claire County – ballot referendum passed November 6, 2012 with a 71% approval.
  7.         Chippewa County – ballot referendum passed April 2, 2013 with a 68% approval.
  8.         City of Fort Atkinson – ballot referendum passed April 2, 2013 with a 77% approval.
  9.         City of Whitewater – ballot referendum passed April 2, 2013 with a 84% approval.
  10.         Douglas County – board of supervisors unanimously approved resolution June 20, 2013.
  11.         Town of Exeter – town board unanimously approved resolution July 8, 2013.
  12.         Jefferson County – board of supervisors voted 23-5 to approve resolution July 9, 2013.
  13.         Town of Koshkonong – town board passed resolution with an 80% approval, July 10, 2013.
  14.         Town of Oakland – town board unanimously approved resolution July 16, 2013.
  15.         City of Kenosha – city council voted 13-2 to approve resolution August 5, 2013.
  16.         Town of Sumner – town board unanimously approved resolution August 12, 2013.
  17.         Town of Watertown – town board unanimously approved resolution August 12, 2013.
  18.         Kenosha County – board voted 19-4 to approve resolution August 20, 2013.
  19.         Town of Jefferson – town board voted 4-1 to approve resolution September 5, 2013.
  20.         Town of Farmington – town board unanimously approved resolution September 5, 2013.
  21.         Town of Spring Valley – town board unanimously approved resolution September 9, 2013.
  22.         Town of Lake Mills – town board unanimously approved resolution September 10, 2013.
  23.         Town of Richmond – town board unanimously approved resolution September 17, 2013.
  24.         Town of Cross Plains – town board unanimously approved resolution November 11, 2013.
  25.         Town of Avon – town board unanimously approved resolution December 2, 2013.
  26.         Town of Porter – town board votes 2-0-1 to approve resolution December 16, 2013.
  27.         Town of Plymouth – town board unanimously approved resolution January 14, 2014.
  28.         Town of Newark – town board unanimously approved resolution February 10, 2014.
  29.         City of Waukesha – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 69% approval.
  30.         City of Wauwatosa – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 64% approval.
  31.         City of Edgerton – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 87% approval.
  32.         City of Elkhorn – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 69% approval.
  33.         City of Delavan – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 76% approval.
  34.         City of Lake Mills – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 73% approval.
  35.         Village of Belleville – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 85% approval.
  36.         Village of Shorewood – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 76% approval.
  37.         Village of Whitefish Bay – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 65% approval.
  38.         Village of Waunakee – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 79% approval.
  39.         Village of DeForest – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 70% approval.
  40.         Town of Windsor – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 71% approval.
  41.         Town of Waterloo – ballot referendum passed April 1, 2014 with a 61% approval.

Wisconsin: Ready to Amend
http://wimta.org/resources/wisconsin-ready-to-amend/

As of April 1st, 2014; 41 communities in Wisconsin stand officially in support of an amendment protecting the constitutional rights of people, allowing regulation of money in order to work to limit bribery and undue influence in our elections.  The errors of an activist federal court must be undone for the people to retain their voice in our representative republic.

In addition, 16 state legislatures have called for an amendment along with well over 500 communities nationwide.

https://movetoamend.org/resolutions-map

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