Wisconsin Democrats are doing more than complaining about right wing voter suppression antics, they are fighting back.
The Democratic Party in the state announced it plans to get a list of more than 200,000 registered voters ordered purged from the voting rolls by a recent judge's ruling. Party officials say they will contact those Wisconsin citizens, and support their righteous indignation at being cast aside. Democratic Party operatives also will inform these "disappeared" voters on how to register again and make sure officials don't stop them from voting.
This battle happens in a state that Donald John Trump, the recently impeached president, narrowly won in 2016. If he remains in office, Trump will seek reelection next year.