An Ozaukee County judge today ruled the Wisconsin Elections Commission violated state law by changing the period for voters who may have moved to confirm their address from 30 days to up to two years.
Judge Paul Malloy sided with the conservative Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. WILL filed a lawsuit in November arguing the move was illegal and called for any of the roughly 234,000 voters flagged as movers who did not respond to the WEC’s October mailing to be changed from active to inactive.
Malloy this afternoon ordered the Elections Commission to comply with the 30-day limit and deactivate potential movers who don’t confirm their address within the allotted period.
“This case is about whether a state agency can ignore clearly written state law,” said WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg in a statement. “Today’s court order requires the Wisconsin Elections Commission to follow state law and we look forward to making the case that they must continue to follow state law.” ...
Saturday, December 14, 2019
Uppity Madistan Election Commish Gets Told
Gee. It's not like the good old days when a bunch of bureaucrats could sodomize and strangle laws to enhance Democrat "voter" turnout.
Maggie Gau Tokin'Tony Evers is screeching loudly; after all, his 30,000 vote "mandate" (nyuknyuk) is in serious jeopardy once a couple hundred thousand names are removed due to----oh, I dunno----THE LAW.