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JUST IN: Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Public Absentee Drop Boxes Illegal


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In a 4-3 ruling, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that absentee drop boxes are illegal in the state.

The drop boxes can only be placed INSIDE election offices.

This is a HUGE blow for Democrats and their cheating schemes.

The recent documentary “2000 Mules” revealed how Democrats used the ballot drop boxes in several states in an organized national ballot trafficking scam.

The movie revealed that hundreds of thousands of votes were stolen in 2020 using the ballot drop boxes.

AP reported:

Wisconsin’s conservative-controlled Supreme Court ruled Friday that absentee ballot drop boxes may be placed only in election offices and that no one other than the voter can return a ballot in person, dealing a critical defeat to Democrats in the battleground state.

The court did not address the question of whether anyone other than the voter can return his or her own ballot by mail. Election officials and others had argued that drop boxes are a secure and convenient way for voters to return ballots.

The decision sets absentee ballot rules for the Aug. 9 primary and the fall election; Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and Democratic Gov. Tony Evers are seeking reelection in key races.

The court’s 4-3 ruling also has critical implications in the 2024 presidential race, in which Wisconsin will again be among a handful of battleground states. President Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in 2020 by just under 21,000 votes, four years after Trump narrowly won the state by a similar margin.

The popularity of absentee voting exploded during the pandemic in 2020, with more than 40% of all voters casting mail ballots, a record high. At least 500 drop boxes were set up in more than 430 communities for the election that year, including more than a dozen each in Madison and Milwaukee — the state’s two most heavily Democratic cities.

Read the ruling from the Wisconsin Supreme Court HERE.



 

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