This article is from U.S. News by Susan Milligan:
Little-known Wisconsin judge who recently lost his race to stay in the state Supreme Court has decided not to recuse himself in a case expected to come before the court before he departs his position in August.
That single, personal decision could conceivably decide who wins the presidential election this fall. And it underscores a coronavirus-era theme this election year: the next president may be determined not by which candidate has more support, but by which voters cast a ballot.
In the Badger State, the decision by departing judge Daniel Kelly to participate in a case involving voter rolls means as many as 200,000 Wisconsinites might be scrubbed from the rolls — a dramatic development in a state that was decided by fewer than 23,000 votes in 2016.
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