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Mueller v. Jacobs
Mueller v. Jacobs, No. 2020AP1958-OA (Wis. Sup. Ct.)
|Case Summary||Petitioner, a Wisconsin voter, requests that the Wisconsin Supreme Court take original jurisdiction over the case, in which petitioner alleges that Wisconsin's ballot dropboxes and all ballots placed in such dropboxes were illegal. Petitioner alleges that the Wisconsin Election Commission improperly made law by advising counties to establish such dropboxes.|
|Type of Court||State|
|Issue Tag(s)||Vote-by-Mail (Drop Boxes/Drop Off Locations)|
|Complaint(s)||11/27/2020: Complaint filed.|
|Dispositive Ruling(s)||12/03/2020: Order/Ruling, Petition for leave to commence an original action is denied.|