‘UpFront’: Darling, Hintz differ on GOP idea to move presidential primary date

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State Sen. Alberta Darling defended a Republican idea to change the date of Wisconsin’s 2020 presidential primary, a move that could help a conservative Wisconsin Supreme justice keep his job.
The April 2020 primary could be an election with high Democratic voter turnout. Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly, appointed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker in 2016, will be up for election at that time.
"We don't think it's appropriate to put the burden of a presidential primary on top of our local races, so that's what that's all about,” Darling, R-River Hills, said on “UpFront with Mike Gou...

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