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One of the lawyers challenging Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative map told a panel of federal judges Tuesday that the plan was one of the worst gerrymanders in modern American history.

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Clerks from Cedarburg, Port Washington and Waukesha County testified in federal court on Tuesday, saying that a collection of recent election law changes have made their jobs easier.

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A federal trial begins on Tuesday in a lawsuit against Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative map, and while it's not the first such challenge, this one is unique.

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African-Americans and Latinos make up more than half of those who obtain a free, state-issued ID card after going through a special petition process according to testimony heard in a federal trial on Monday on Wisconsin's controversial voter ID law.

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U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold made the environment a highlight of a campaign rally in South Milwaukee.

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The trial kicks off day six of nine on Monday morning.

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An expert on voter fraud testified in an ongoing federal trial on Wisconsin's voter ID law on Friday.