Wisconsin Statutes Concerning Political Activities of Employees and Use of University Facilities for Political Purposes

11.36 Political solicitation involving public officials and employees restricted.
  1. No person may solicit or receive from any state officer or employee any contribution or service for any political purpose while the officer or employee is on state time or is en-gaged in his or her official duties, except that an elected state official may solicit and receive services not constituting a contribution from a state officer or employee with re-spect to a referendum only. Agreement to perform services authorized under this subsection may not be a condition of employment for any state officer or employee.
  2. No person may solicit or receive from any officer or employee of a political subdivision of this state any contribution or service for any political purpose during established hours of employment while the officer or employee is engaged in his or her official duties.
  3. Every person who has charge or control in a building, office or room occupied for any purpose by this state or any political subdivision thereof shall prohibit the entry of any person into that building, office or room for the purpose of making or receiving a contribution.
  4. No person may enter or remain in any building, office or room occupied for any purpose by the state or any political subdivision thereof or send or direct a letter or other notice thereto for the purpose of requesting or collecting a contribution.
11.37 Use of state-owned vehicles and aircraft restricted.

No person may use any state-owned vehicle or aircraft primarily for the purpose of campaigning in support of or in opposition to any candidate for national, state or local office, unless the person pays to the state a fee prescribed by the secretary of administration which is comparable to the commercial market rate for a vehicle or aircraft of similar design.