Seems the police were called to District #5 because "pro" referendum electioneers were handing out literature with "VOTE FOR THE KIDS" on it.
I'll see what comes of this story.
Individuals handing out the flyers were standing too close to the entrances to the polling stations, Reuteman said. “We had several calls.”
When informed the group’s treasurer also had to be named, the words “Chris Zwygert, Treasurer” were hand-written on the bottom of the flyers.
GUESS THAT'S HOW IT WORKS, FOLKS.
(2) (a) 1. No person may engage in electioneering during
polling hours on election day at a polling place.
12.035 Posting and distribution of election−related
(1) In this section, “election−related material” means
any written matter which describes, or purports to describe, the
rights or responsibilities of individuals voting or registering to
vote at a polling place or voting an absentee ballot at the office of
the municipal clerk or an alternate site under s. 6.855.
(2) The legislature finds that posting or distributing election−
related material at the polling place, at locations where absentee
ballots may be cast, or near the entrance to such locations when
voting is taking place may mislead and confuse electors about
their rights and responsibilities regarding the exercise of the franchise
and tends to disrupt the flow of voting activities at such locations.
The legislature finds that the restrictions imposed by this
section on the posting or distribution of election−related material
are necessary to protect the compelling governmental interest in
orderly and fair elections.
(3) (a) No person may post or distribute any election−related
material during polling hours on election day at a polling place.
(b) No person may post or distribute any election−related
material during polling hours on any public property on election
day within 100 feet of an entrance to a building containing a polling
(b) Whoever violates s. 12.03, 12.05, 12.07, 12.08 or 12.13 (2)
(b) 8., (3) (b), (c), (d), (g), (i), (n) to (x), (ze), (zm) or (zn) may be
fined not more than $1,000, or imprisoned not more than 6 months