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Wisconsin's Supreme Court rules governor cannot push back Tuesday's election: AP

Reuters Monday, 6 April 2020
Wisconsin's Supreme Court on Monday ruled that Democratic Governor Tony Evers cannot postpone the state's presidential primary scheduled for Tuesday despite the coronavirus crisis, the Associated Press reported.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday ruled that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers could not postpone the state’s presidential primary, striking down his order to move the election to June over coronavirus outbreak fears.

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