WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court blocked a plan to extend absentee voting in Wisconsin’s spring primary by six days because of the coronavirus.
The Wisconsin election is being viewed as a national test case in a broader fight over voter access.
The Supreme Court’s decision came shortly after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled 4-2 on Monday that Evers lacked the authority to move the election on his own.
It’s not about whether or not when we should have the deadlines for voting, absentee ballots, etc. It’s about who gets to decide. The People through their elected representatives and a legislative process? Or a single man in a black robe? In this case, as in the case of Evers, the People get to decide these things through our elected government. We are not subjects. We are citizens.
Sadly, too many Americans are willing to be subjects.
Awesome. Evers got smacked appropriately.
Two Madison bozos were made into fools today: Conley and Evers.
Some interesting stats from NYC. https://mobile.twitter.com/NYCFireWire/status/1247553797179703297/photo/1
The vast majority of deaths had underlying medical conditions.
The other interesting thing is that the ME could not determine the sex of 2 people.
WSJ state political editor Matt De Four points out, “There is no postmark requirement in state law. The lower court judge changed the date, but did not add a postmark. The U.S. Supreme Court has just written a new election law in Wisconsin.”
Balls and strikes, right?