On September 3, Howie Hawkins asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to put him on the ballot. He had enough signatures, but the Wisconsin Elections Commission on a 3-3 tie vote removed him, because some of the petitions had been collected before his vice-presidential running mate had moved her residence (so those petitions showed her old address); and later petitions showed her newer, more current address. Hawkins v Wisconsin Elections Commission. Here is the filing.
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