One of the hallmarks of our democracy is a peaceful transition of power following each election. Seeking to prevent a peaceful transition is harmful to our democracy, casting doubt on the integrity of our elections. Of course, President Donald Trump has spent months claiming the election was somehow unfair, and we saw what happened next, when armed supporters of the President stormed the U.S. Capitol in an unimaginable and sad scene. But it wasn’t just conspiracy theorists who led the charge. So did some elected officials in Wisconsin, who contributed to a campaign of disinformation. Fifteen Republican members of the Wisconsin Assembly signed their names to a letter sent to Vice President Mike Pence asking him to stall the certification of the outcome of the election. Particularly troubling is that among those who signed the letter seeking to interfere in the democratic process are four members of Wisconsin’s Committee on Campaigns and Elections, including the chairman. Their role is to oversee the Wisconsin elections process, so it is disturbing they are spreading conspiracy theories and false information. Now some in the Assembly are calling for those who signed the letter be removed from the Committee on Campaigns and Elections. Those who seek to undermine the results of our democratic elections should no longer have a say in Wisconsin election laws.