Daily Bread for 4.4.23: How the National Press Sees the Wisconsin Supreme Court Race

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 How the national press is covering the Wisconsin Supreme Court race:

New York Times: Wisconsin’s High-Stakes Supreme Court Race: What to Watch (‘The election for a swing seat on the court is likely to determine whether abortion remains illegal in Wisconsin, as well as the future of the state’s heavily gerrymandered political maps’).

Washington Post: Expensive court race will decide future of abortion in Wisconsin (‘Voters will decide Tuesday if conservative or liberal judges control the Wisconsin Supreme Court ahead of decisions on abortion and redistricting’).

Politico: Wisconsin’s record-shattering Supreme Court race barrels to an end (‘Voters could decide everything from abortion to the rules of the road for 2024 as they head to the polls for “the most consequential race facing Wisconsin in decades’).

Vox: The most important election of 2023 is for the Wisconsin Supreme Court (‘Why the Wisconsin Supreme Court election could have huge national implications’).

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