Wisconsin should continue banning election observers from taking photos or videos of people registering to vote or signing the poll book.
The Government Accountability Board issued that opinion on a 4-2 vote Monday, after members expressed concern that cameras could intimidate voters.
The decision now moves to the Legislature, where the Republican co-chairs of election committees had requested that cameras be allowed in polling places, to make sure people follow the law.
Already this year, the Legislature and Gov. Walker approved a law, allowing poll watchers to come as close as three feet to people checking in to vote.