The Republican National Committee has submitted 75 election challenges thus far.
On Wednesday, a court in Wisconsin granted the Republican National Committee’s motion for a preliminary injunction. The order requires the county clerk to make all aspects of the election, including the in-person voting of absentees, accessible to the public in compliance with state law.
The judge approved the RNC’s request within hours of filing, marking another victory for a fair 2022 election.
During a press conference, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said that the GOP “sued and won in Green Bay to ensure the city’s Democrat election officials uphold the law on the books in Wisconsin.” It was said that this sequence of events took place in less than 24 hours. State law in Wisconsin mandates that the Green Bay Clerk allow observers from both political parties.
“We are glad the court granted a swift and definite result for Wisconsinites,” an RNC spokesman said, adding that the party will “continue its campaign for election openness across the country.”
Green Bay County Clerk Celestine Jeffreys is being sued by the Republican National Committee (RNC) on allegations that she has prevented the public from “observing all aspects of the in-person absentee voting process that has been underway since October 25 at the City Clerk’s office.” Since October 25, this procedure has been ongoing in the Green Bay City Clerk’s office.
According to the Republican National Committee, “illegally limited Republican Party monitors, keeping them outside the room where personal absentee voting took place” in Green Bay.
The Republican National Committee said Green Bay “refused to provide us adequate access as required by Wisconsin election legislation” despite the city’s offers of help.
The injunction requires the city to stop violating its terms by 2 p.m. Central Daylight Time on the day it was issued.
Over the course of this election cycle, the Republican National Committee (RNC) has filed over seventy-five lawsuits, and the courts have sided with the RNC in a significant number of those cases. On Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a ruling siding with the Republican National Committee and mandating the disqualification of any improper absentee ballots.
Only six days before the midterm elections on November 8, the Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit in Green Bay on October 26.
After contacting the Green Bay county clerk’s office, Fox News Digital had to wait quite some time for a response.