Today’s read is from Margot Cleveland, The Federalist’s senior legal correspondent. Here’s an excerpt:
Three Wisconsin Supreme Court justices ignored not merely the state’s legislative mandate and the increased risk of fraud, but also discarded any concern for election integrity. The dissents in Teigen likewise ignore another fundamental that underlies free and fair elections also highlighted by the Carter Commission: the necessity that the right to vote be “privately exercised.” Allowing third parties to collect and return ballots violates the ideal of the private ballot.
Read the entire extensive column here.