Wisconsin supreme court rules gov can’t postpone Tuesday’s primary
Wisconsinâs presidential primary will carry on on Tuesday â? despite the last-ditch effort by the texas chief to postpone voting amid often the coronavirus pandemic.
The condition Supreme Court ruled 4-2 of which Gov. Tony Evers lacked often the authority to move the political election on his own. Conservatives management the court 5-2, but a single of the conservative justices will be up for reelection Tuesday and even didnât be involved in the ruling.
Hours earlier, Evers, a Democrat, had issued an executive get delaying in-person voting until June 9.
The last-minute get came amid growing criticism with regards to holding the election during the health crisis.
Several election sites closed because nervous volunteers didnât want to staff them all for fear of catching or maybe spreading the virus.
State Republicans had immediately announced they will would visit the Wisconsin Supreme Court to challenge Eversâ? order.
With Post wires