The courts blocked attempts by Democrats to move the Wisconsin primary

The Governor’s decree to postpone the vote to June was canceled.

The Wisconsin primary will be held on Tuesday, as planned. Polling stations will be open for face-to-face voting, and letters with ballots for absentee voting must be stamped no later than Election Day.

This became known after the courts blocked attempts by Democrats to postpone the primary election and extend the deadline for sending ballots by mail.

The Wisconsin Supreme court on Monday blocked an Executive order signed by democratic Governor Tony Evers on Monday that moved the primary to June.

Soon after, the US Supreme court overturned a lower court decision that gave voters six more days to send in absentee ballots. The court ruled that only those ballots that are stamped no later than Tuesday and received no later than April 13 should be counted.