BREAKING: Monday, April 6 The Republican-dominated Wisconsin Supreme Court which earlier suspended its own in-person activities due to the coronavirus pandemic has ruled that Governor Tony Evers does not have the ability to postpone Wisconsin’s April 7 election. Republican legislators refuse to change the election date. Many communities do not have enough poll workers. In Milwaukee, with more than 595,000 people, there are normally 180 neighborhood polling places. On April 7, there will be only FIVE.
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And the U.S. Supreme Court, by a 5-4 decision, has struck down the federal judge’s order allowing more time for absentee ballots to be returned. All absentee ballots must be witnessed and returned to clerk’s offices by 8 p.m. April 7 or postmarked and mailed by April 7 and received by the clerk by April 13.