WI Elections Commission Attorneys Make Oral Arguments Before WI Supreme Court

Published April 13, 2022 48 Views

On April 13, 2022, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Richard Teigen v. Wisconsin Elections Commission. Case Number 2022AP91. This case is before the Wisconsin Supreme Court on a petition to bypass the District IV Wisconsin Court of Appeals (headquartered in Madison). Respondents, Wisconsin Elections Commission, Democratic Senate Campaign Committee, Disability Rights Wisconsin, League of Women Voters of Wisconsin, and Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice, appealed an order of the Waukesha County Circuit Court, Judge Michael O. Bohren, presiding, granting summary judgment to Richard Teigen and Richard Thom, and permanently enjoining the Wisconsin Elections Commission from issuing election-related guidance that the circuit court ruled conflicts with Wisconsin law. Petitioners Teigen and Thom successfully filed a petition to bypass the Court of Appeals. —wiseye.org

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