Spotlight: A ‘win for the rule of law’

By M.D. Kittle

MADISON — This week delivered a win for voter integrity and the rule of law.

A Kenosha County Judge on Tuesday told the city of Kenosha it must comply with the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling that ended the use of unmanned absentee ballot drop boxes.

The city had moved to dismiss a lawsuit, filed by the Thomas More Society, arguing the complaint was “moot” because the Supreme Court had decided the matter. But Thomas More Society attorney Erick Kaardal refuted the dismissal, noting that the city had yet to change its 2020 policies allowing for drop boxes.

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