The two cases, consolidated in the two-week federal trial in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, are Frank v. Walker, (Case 11cv1128) and League of United Latin American Citizens of Wisconsin v. Deininger (Case 2:12-cv-00185) in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Two state cases are at the Wisconsin appellate courts.
- League of Women Voters of Wisconsin v. Walker permanent injunction issued on March 12, 2012 by Judge Richard G. Niess.
Court of Appeals opinion reversing trial court decision (permanent injunction) filed May 30, 2013. (Appeal Number 2012AP000584 - AC)
- Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP v. Walker - permanent injunction order issued on July 17, 2012 by Judge David T. Flanagan
Two Wisconsin appellate court judges in District II are heavily influenced by the Koch brothers and Wisconsin Republican ideology, and are not regarded as impartial jurists.
State Sen. Alberta Darling (R-River Hills), Wisconsin Romney-Ryan co-chair, claims Wisconsin's Voter ID law being halted from taking effect after being ruled unconstitutional caused Mitt Romney to lose Wisconsin.
Noted Ryan J. Reilly:
A state senator who served as co-chair of Mitt Romney's Wisconsin campaign suggested this week that the Republican presidential nominee would have carried the state if a voter ID law had been in place.
Obama won more than 52 percent of the vote in Wisconsin. His margin of victory over Romney was more than 200,000 votes.
This means there were over 200,000 in-person acts of voting fraud, impostors pretending to be other voters, according to Darling.
So, how is the weather on Planet Republican? Deluded and dishonest, as usual.