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Supreme Court rules that ballots in Wisconsin must be received by Election Day

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Supreme Court rules that ballots in Wisconsin must be received by Election DayThe Supreme Court on Monday ruled against a request by Wisconsin Democrats to allow an extension for mail-in ballots that are received after Election Day.
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