Reince Priebus was on with Tammy Bruce (subbing in for Hannity) tonight and he explained what’s going on with the election case in Wisconsin and why the Trump campaign is correct on the law:
Reince explains that Wisconsin is not an early vote state, but clerks have been allowing people to early vote via in-person absentee ballots:
“This is really a straight up legal case in Wisconsin. …First of all, just for everyone’s understanding, Wisconsin is not an early vote state. In other words back in 2004, the state’s elections committee said we’re not going to be an early vote state. So what’s happened over the years is that clerks have allowed people to vote in-person absentee early, which requires an absentee ballot application.”
Obviously the Trump campaign wants to review those applications, but Reince says Wisconsin is trying to change the rules AFTER Team Trump sent in 3 million dollars for the recount:
…After the 3 million dollars was sent in, the Wisconsin Election Commission got together and said we want to change the rules. As of today, the clerks so far in Milwaukee and Dane county haven’t told the Trump campaign yet if they’re even going to allow them to review the actual applications, which just strengthens a potential Supreme Court case in Wisconsin for a violation of due process of an administrative proceeding.
Look, so far so good in Wisconsin. It’s not easy, but on the law the Trump campaign is correct.
There’s more in the video so be sure and check it out.