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Wisconsin Is Set to Vote on Tuesday After Court Overrules Governor’s Postponement

NYTimes.com Monday, 6 April 2020
Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, ordered the presidential primary and thousands of local races delayed, but a conservative majority on the state’s Supreme Court said he could not unilaterally reschedule elections.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday ruled that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers could not postpone the state’s presidential primary, striking down his order to move the election to June over coronavirus outbreak fears.

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