Political Parties In Wisconsin Push For Voters To Turn In Their Ballots On Time

October 28, 2020 - 4:08pm EDT
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Following a Supreme Court decision that requires absentee ballots to arrive by the evening of Election Day, Wisconsin's parties are trying to ensure voters turn in their ballots as soon as possible.

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