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Wisconsin will hold an election for a seat on its Supreme Court today, and it is no exaggeration to say that the result could end up reshaping U.S. politics for years to come.
The Times political correspondent Reid J. Epstein explains why the race to replace a single judge has become the most important American election of 2023.
On today’s episode
Cash is pouring in to the Wisconsin race, and some of the candidates have shed any pretense of judicial neutrality.
Here’s what you need to know about the battle for the seat.
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Reid J. Epstein contributed reporting.
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