Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Wisconsin law forces 3 day delay in mailing out absentee ballots

Another example of not thinking about the recall:

One state law says the ballots can start being sent 3 weeks before Election Day. But another law says they cannot go out until after the period for seeking recounts from the primaries – and that deadline’s not until Friday.
Normally, there’s a month-and-a-half between the primaries and a general election. But for recall elections, the state Constitution calls for a gap of 4 weeks. 

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