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Milwaukee

Enough said.

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First hand account of a Wisconsin voter, the lengths he had to go to in order to vote, the anger that the legislature and Supreme Court put him and his wife through this, the fact that he and other voters had to risk their lives to go vote.

The GOP ain’t making any friends this week.

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  1. Those people were very brave. They are trying to save the country for democracy, while the Republicans continue with their goal of keeping people from voting What will happen in November with regard to voting, is uncertain, but we can be sure that Republicans will do everything they can to reduce the amount of Democratic votes/ Whether it is by making it almost impossible for them to vote, or by killing enough of them to reduce their votes, they don’t care. We are going to get no help at all from the Supreme Court, we saw that again in this situation. This election is almost going to completely be won or lost in Wisconsin and Florida, so we know that Republicans will do everything they can to stop them from voting. There were about 200,000 eligible voters who were thrown off the voting rolls or kept from voting by other means, in Wisconsin in 2016.

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