MADISON, Wis. | Wisconsin Republicans to vote on weakening governor’s power

MADISON, Wis. | Wisconsin Republicans to vote on weakening governor’s power

MADISON, Wis.  — Wisconsin Republicans, just weeks away from losing control of both the governor and attorney general’s offices, planned dramatic lame-duck votes Tuesday on a sweeping attempt to limit the powers of incoming Democrats, a move that opponents decried as a last-gasp power grab and attempt to invalidate the election.

Another Republican proposal to move the 2020 presidential primary election from April to March appears to be dead. A Republican-controlled committee did not advance it Monday, and the panel’s co-chairs said it didn’t have enough votes to pass.

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