The Wisconsin State Journal reports:
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday denied the Green Party’s presidential and vice-presidential candidates ballot access, clearing the way for municipal clerks to begin sending absentee ballots to voters.
Less than a week ago, the high court abruptly halted the delivery of absentee ballots across the state in order to consider granting Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins and vice presidential candidate Angela Walker ballot access after the Elections Commission denied them.
In the 4-3 unsigned decision, the court ruled it was simply too late into election season to grant any relief. Conservative-backed justices Patience Roggensack, Annette Ziegler and Rebecca Bradley dissented.