President Biden will have a challenger on the April ballot in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court late Friday ordered that Minnesota Congressman Dean Phillips be added to the primary ballot. Democrats in Wisconsin only nominated President Biden for the ballot back in early January, despite Phillips’ claim that he wanted to be named as well. The court unanimously ruled in favor of Phillips, and said Democrats in Wisconsin ‘erroneously exercised its discretion’ in keeping him off the ballot. Phillips got about 20 percent of the vote in New Hampshire. Voters will have their say in Wisconsin on April 2nd.