Wisconsin Supreme Court Disallows Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes


(Worthy News) – ’s -controlled ruled Friday that absentee voter drop boxes are not allowed in open, public spaces.

Authoring the majority opinion, Justice Rebecca Bradley said that state law does not authorize drop boxes to be placed anywhere other than clerk offices, dealing a blow to Democratic proponents who had argued it would expand access to voting in the battleground state.

“Wisconsin’s election statutes require that to return an absentee ballot in person, voters must personally deliver their ballot to the clerk or the clerk’s authorized representative,” the judge wrote in the majority opinion. Source: Washington Examiner

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