Suit Claims Wisconsin Mobile Voting Van Bolsters Dem Candidates

DORAL, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 15: Boxes for Vote-by-Mail ballots that have been rejected or accepted due to signature discrepancies are seen as the Miami-Dade County Canvassing Board convenes ahead of the November 3rd general election at the Miami-Dade County Elections Department on October 15, 2020 in Doral, Florida. The canvassing board was verifying questionable voter’s signatures on the Vote-by-Mail ballots by comparing them to the signature on file. Voters have cast 149,683 Vote-by-Mail ballots so far and only 414 of those had been questioned. Voters head to the polls in Florida on October 19th for early in person voting for the November 3rd election where President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are facing off against each other.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty sued the City Clerk of Racine to stop the use of a mobile voting van that, according to the group, is used to bolster Democratic candidates.
  • WILL’s suit claims Racine used the van to give Democrats an unfair advantage in early and absentee voting.
  • The suit claims that the clerk established 21 alternate absentee ballot locations, “the majority of which provided an advantage to the Democratic Party because they were located in the most Democratic parts of the City.”

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