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Thu Apr 4, 2019, 12:00 AM

With the presumptive loss of a State (WI) Supreme Court seat,

is a fair State Senate/Assembly map after the 2020 Census a pipe dream? Presuming the U.S. Supreme Court rules against us in the current gerrymandering case, is there anything stopping Vos and Co. from drawing an even worse map after the 2020 Census than the current one and the State Supreme Court just rubber stamping the Republican map when the case goes before them?

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Reply With the presumptive loss of a State (WI) Supreme Court seat, (Original post)
TheRealNorth Apr 2019 OP
ewagner Apr 2019 #1
a kennedy Apr 2019 #2
TheRealNorth Apr 2019 #3

Response to TheRealNorth (Original post)

Thu Apr 4, 2019, 08:17 AM

1. This was my greatest fear of a Hagadorn victory..

Even if Lisa had won, it would have still had a Conservative majority with little hope of swinging the vote.

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Response to TheRealNorth (Original post)

Sat Apr 6, 2019, 05:54 PM

2. Yup, you're screwed......

kinda glad I live right across the Mississippi River from you Wisconsin. EXCEPT IíM STILL NOT OVER AL FRANKEN BEING GONE FROM THE SENATE.

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Response to a kennedy (Reply #2)

Mon Apr 8, 2019, 08:32 PM

3. I live in MN now too

But I was born in WI and most of my family is still there.

Luckily, Dayton won in 2010 and prevented MN going the same way as WI.

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