WI Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case That Could Overturn Ban on Ballot Drop Boxes

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WI Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case That Could Overturn Ban on Ballot Drop Boxes

March 23, 2024 - 10:09
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Last week, the Wisconsin Supreme Court agreed to hear a case aimed at reversing the state's existing prohibition on ballot drop boxes. In 2022, the court, which then had a conservative majority, determined that state law permits ballot drop boxes only at the election clerk’s office. The upcoming case, scheduled for a May hearing, contends that having ballot drop boxes in additional locations is essential for voters. Conservative Justice Rebecca Bradley has commented that the court, which now has a liberal majority, appears to be attempting to enhance the electoral chances of its favored political party.

This case is timed to cause chaos and confusion as we head into a major election this fall. Unattended ballot drop boxes away from clerks’ offices are fraught with problems. Just as significant is how our state Supreme Court is being used to play political games. Elections aren’t games; they are foundational to our constitutional republic.

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Time to get back to real, honest elections and stop this iffy vote manipulation of dropping off questionable votes in the middle of the night. So sad that corrupt members of our Supreme Court have hijacked our Constitution.

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