Supreme Court rules Wisconsin mail-in ballots must be received by Nov. 3

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The Supreme Court upheld Wisconsin's voting laws, rejecting an effort to require the counting of absentee ballots arriving after Election Day.
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The Supreme Court upheld Wisconsin's voting laws, rejecting an effort to require the counting of absentee ballots arriving after Election Day.
on October 27, 2020 • USATODAY.com

The action sets ground rules for mail-in voting in one of the nation's key battleground states, where 2 million ballots already have been returned.
on October 28, 2020 • USATODAY.com

'Counting all the votes quickly can help'
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