Conservative group sues to invalidate votes in heavily Dem counties in Wisconsin, three other states

The West Allis Recreation Center saw substantial lines early in the afternoon. Kristen Joncas, 45, of West Allis, said she waited about 45 minutes to vote. Photo by David Wise, Nov. 3, 2020.
The West Allis Recreation Center saw substantial lines early in the afternoon. Kristen Joncas, 45, of West Allis, said she waited about 45 minutes to vote. Photo by David Wise, Nov. 3, 2020.

Wisconsin is one of four states where a conservative group is trying to invalidate votes in heavily Dems counties as part of an effort to take electoral votes away from Joe Biden and swing them to President Trump.
In a federal lawsuit filed yesterday, three Wisconsin residents backed by the conservative group True the Vote Inc. asked a judge to invalidate votes from heavily Dem Dane, Menominee and Milwaukee counties. It also wants an order barring the state from certifying Wisconsin's presidential electors unless results from the three counties are excluded. Granting the request would swing th...

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