Add two more counties to the growing list of Wisconsin counties allowing its voters to voice their opinion on Fair Maps, the statewide effort to end gerrymandering.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, Adams and Waushara County voters easily passed non binding advisory referenda.
In Adams County, the vote was 6,759 (64%) to 3,897(36%).
In Waushara County the vote was 8,074 (64%) to 4,439 (36%), so both ballot issues passed with more than 60% of the vote.
In addition to Adams and Waushara counties, eight additional counties had the Fair Maps referendum on their ballots on Tuesday, as did three municipalities.
Check back in the next couple of weeks for more information on the highly popular Fair Maps effort.