Supreme Court Deems In-Person Wisconsin Elections Necessary, Amid A Historically Tight Race

By Sophie Garcia |

Both the U.S Supreme Court and the Wisconsin Supreme Court have decided that in-person elections will be held for Wisconsin’s Democratic Primary, despite long lines and inevitable in-person contact between people.


This decision, which could be putting lives at risk, is completely, and 100% necessary, since the 2020 democratic presidential candidate position is totally up for grabs.


The nomination really is anyone's game! It's uncommon to see such a balanced race at this point in the year, but no candidate has been shown to have the upper hand in polls thus far.


Fortunately, the Supreme Court has noticed the uncertainty which surrounds our democratic nomination, and has decided that the outcome of this very tight race is worth forgoing social distancing.


Good work, Supreme Court!