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Wisconsin Judge Rules Mail-In Ballots With Certain Errors Must Still Be Counted

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A Wisconsin judge ruled that absentee ballots that have missing portions of witness addresses must be counted.

A judge in Wisconsin on Jan. 2 ruled that state election clerks can accept absentee ballots that contain errors, including missing portions of witness addresses.

The Dane County Circuit Court judge ruled in favor of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin in its lawsuit to clarify voting protections for voters whose absentee ballots have minor errors in listing their witnesses’ addresses.

The ruling means that absentee ballots with certain technical witness address defects won’t be rejected in future elections, the league said in a statement.

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