In the media: Kraft on voter ID ad campaign

And speaking of elections, Wisconsin’s Government Accountability Board is spending more than $40,000 on a voter ID ad campaign, aiming to correct misperceptions and inform voters ahead of the state’s Feb. 21 spring primary (not to be confused with the presidential primary and spring general election April 3). Asked for his take during an interview with WLUK, Fox 11, UW-Green Bay Prof. Michael Kraft said the ad campaign is a good move. “This is really helpful,” Kraft said, “because beyond the partisan disputes, people now have a reliable, nonpartisan source they can go to get information.” More.