A really good interview in Wisconsin with a high-information voter who shares some concerns and considerations about tomorrow’s election.
Update: Here’s the Ballot
Updating again :
Here is an explanation of “uninstructed delegates” that I have taken from this pdf from the Government Accountability Board.
The Government Accountability Board (G.A.B.) has been asked to provide an explanation regarding votes for uninstructed delegates at the Presidential Preference Primary that election inspectors and staff conducting in-person absentee voting may relay to voters who ask about the effect of choosing the uninstructed delegate selection. While the exact consequences and procedures related to uninstructed delegates vary because they are determined by the respective political parties, it is possible to provide a basic explanation of the term uninstructed delegate. For the purpose of consistency, the G.A.B. advises that, if asked, an election inspector or staff conducting in-person absentee voting may provide the following explanation:
The purpose of the Presidential Preference Primary is to provide direction to the delegates representing Wisconsin for each of the two major political parties at the national convention of the respective parties. Uninstructed Delegation is a voter’s way of directing the delegates to make their own decisions at the party’s national convention instead of voting for a particular candidate, subject to any rules of the party’s convention.