The court fight over Wisconsin’s voter purge case is not going to the state Supreme Court. At least not yet.
Justices yesterday were deadlocked, three-to-three, on whether to hear the case that could force over 200-thousand voters in the state to re-register. The decision not to take the case means an appeals court in Madison will have to rule first. Liberal justices on the high court worry that whatever they eventually order may not come in enough time to be implemented before the November election.