Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Green Party Won’t Appear On The Ballot, Allows Sending Of Ballots To Resume

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Green Party Won’t Appear On The Ballot, Allows Sending Of Ballots To Resume


The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Monday that Green Party candidate, Howie Hawkins, will not appear on the presidential ballot, ending a legal dispute that caused the state to temporarily stop sending absentee ballots to voters.

The court temporarily suspended local election officials from sending out ballots, which did not include Hawkins name, last week until they could decide whether the Green Party should be added to the ticket, according to CNN.

Green Party candidate for NY Governor, Howie Hawkins, has a hat placed on his head by a campaign worker October 27, 2010 at the Bowling Green Bull in New York. At his "Wall Street Rodeo" Hawkins said that stock transfer tax money should be going into jobs not back into Wall Street coffers. AFP PHOTO/DON EMMERT (Photo credit should read DON EMMERT/AFP via Getty Images)

Green Party candidate for NY Governor, Howie Hawkins, has a hat placed on his head by a campaign worker October 27, 2010 at the Bowling Green Bull in New York. At his “Wall Street Rodeo” Hawkins said that stock transfer tax money should be going into jobs not back into Wall Street coffers. AFP PHOTO/DON

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