Supreme Court Won’t Extend Wisconsin’s Deadline for Mailed Ballots

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In April, the court had assumed an extension was permissible, though it insisted that ballots be mailed and postmarked before Election Day.

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Supreme Court says no late mail ballots in Wisconsin
Siding with Wisconsin's Republican-led legislature, the U.S. Supreme Court refused on Monday to allow an extension to the deadline for returning mail-in ballots in the state, dealing a setback to Democrats. Gloria Tso reports.

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