This is the culmination of every dirty trick in the GOP’s playbook.
In the 2012 elections, Republicans won 48.6% of the votes, but took 61% of the seats in the legislature.
For context, Trump won Wisconsin in 2016 by fewer than 23,000 votes.
The state sent letters to registered voters, largely in districts that voted Democratic in 2016, and argue that those who didn't respond to the letters should be removed.
Malloy’s decision has been appealed to the state Supreme Court, which has deadlocked by a vote of 3-3.
The GOP desperately wants to reelect their candidate, Justice Daniel Kelly, who will uphold the purge if he's reelected.
But now, all bets are off, especially since the Dem strongholds are in the cities—where the residents are sheltered in place.
But this surge meant the state ran behind and hasn’t been able to deliver the ballots.
The GOP ploy to elect Kelly and secure the voter purge is working.
Milwaukee, a city of 600,000 that tends to vote Democratic, cut its polling places down from 180 to just five.
The GOP's anti-democratic war on voting is virtually complete.