Robert Yablon Discusses Wisconsin’s Special Elections Lawsuit with WisContext

Robert Yablon talks about the importance of finding a plaintiff who has been injured to bring a case against Governor Scott Walker for not calling for a special election after two vacancies. In Newton v. Walker, the plaintiffs,  voters who live in the districts, are trying to convince a judge that state law requires the governor to call special elections.

Robert Yablo is an assistant professor at the Law School and is expert in political and election law. He is available for interviews.


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