More than a quarter-million voters in Wisconsin could have to re-register. The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty yesterday asked a judge to cancel the registrations of 234-thousand voters.
WILL says the state’s Election Commission gave them two years to fix their registrations after moving, rather than the 30 days as required by law. The commission voted in June to extend the deadline for voters who have moved. Liberal groups say the move by WILL is an attempt to bully the state into trimming its voter rolls.