Judge extends absentee voting period for Wisconsin

A federal judge has ruled that Wisconsin voters should have six additional days to vote absentee in the April 7 election and presidential primary.

Says the Associated Press:

U.S. District Judge William Conley’s order essentially extends the election by nearly a week. He blasted state leaders’ decision not to delay the election to protect people’s health but refused to postpone it himself, saying a federal judge shouldn’t act as the state’s health officer.

More from the AP here.

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