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Wisconsin Supreme Court rulings against Trump election challenge

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled against President Trump in the Monday elections.

The state Supreme Court said the president’s request to abandon the four categories of absentee ballots would not be granted.

“We conclude that the campaign is not eligible for the relief it seeks,” the court ruled.

The move comes after a judge in the Wisconsin Circuit Court on Friday opposed a presidential proceeding in a fierce battle state that challenged more than 200,000 absentee votes.

The presidential campaign has challenged the four absentee ballots.

One category was absentee ballots without proper applications, and the other group was mail ballots with missing information from envelopes.

The campaign also challenged the absentee ballot cast by those who identified “indefinitely trapped”, saying voters were not eligible for the classification. Voting submitted at the Democracy in the Park event was also challenged for not being conducted in the manner prescribed by state law.

Judge Brian Hagedorn of the Wisconsin Supreme Court said, “The challenge to vote indefinitely is seemingly pointless, and the other three categories of votes challenged fail under the doctrine of laches. I will do it. “

A ruling was made as the electoral college is scheduled to be convened on Monday.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court rulings against Trump election challenge

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