GOP wins ‘ballot box transparency’ lawsuit in Green Bay, Wisconsin

Article originally appeared on www.foxnews.com.

A Wisconsin judge on Wednesday granted the Republican National Committee’s request for a temporary injunction ordering the county clerk to stop violating state laws that allow the public to observe the election and voting process, including during in-person absentee voting.

The judge approved the RNC request just hours after it was filed, which the RNC chalked up as another election integrity win in the 2022 cycle.

“In less than 24 hours, the RNC successfully sued and won in Green Bay to ensure the city’s Democrat election officials follow the law on the books in Wisconsin,” RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement. “Bipartisan poll watching is a constitutional right in Wisconsin, and now the Green Bay Clerk will have to let them in the room to observe.”

“We are grateful the court granted a swift and decisive victory for Wisconsinites, and the RNC will continue …

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