Election Day is over but some of the stories from the day are still making headlines and rightfully so. This one is definitely a head-scratcher and it also might make you laugh. Let's just say a Wisconsinite registered to vote in a very Wisconsin way.

Another election-related story is making headlines in Wisconsin and it's pretty scary. A Wisconsin man showed up at a local polling place and threatened poll workers with a knife. The whole thing was caught on body cams.

Thankfully, nobody was hurt. The 38-year-old was taken into custody and told police he had four box cutters in his backpack. There is no word on if he actually had those objects in his backpack but this is one scary story.

This next story is much lighter and I couldn't help but laugh when I saw it on Twitter. A Wisconsin resident registered to vote in what might be the most Wisconsin way you could ever do so.

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The tweet was posted around 2:30 on the afternoon of Election Day. It was posted by a political reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal. I think the tweet pretty much speaks for itself. Ha!

I love you Wisconsin but you can't deny that this is something that would probably only happen in Wisconsin! I didn't even know that was possible or legal for that matter but it is a little bit funny.

If anything, I respect the fact that this person was so dedicated to voting that they did what they had to do to make it happen. If I was the poll worker registering this voter, I definitely would have laughed.

All I can say about this is...oh Wisconsin, never change.

Speaking of Wisconsin, another iconic resident made an appearance on national television recently. A Wisconsin woman was featured on Live with Kelly and Ryan for her incredible homemade Halloween costume.

The woman's name is April Benson and she is a hairstylist in La Crosse. Her costume? Davy Jones. You really need to just see it to believe it. Ha! There really never is a dull day in Wisconsin.

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