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Wisconsin court tells clerk to take down voter ID advice


MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin's conservative-leaning state Supreme Court ordered a Democratic clerk Tuesday to stop telling absentee voters how to get around voter ID requirements.

People seeking absentee ballots online are required to upload photo identification as per Republican-authored voter ID laws. Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell has been advising applicants who can't upload photos to get around the requirement by declaring themselves indefinitely confined. Such voters are exempt from voter ID requirements.

McDonell justified the advice by maintaining that Democratic Gov. Tony Ev...

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