MADISON, WI (AP) -- A Wisconsin judge is considering whether to revoke up to 234,000 voter registrations in the key swing state.
The lawsuit being heard Friday comes from three voters represented by a conservative law firm.
They argue that the state's elections commission should immediately invalidate the registrations of those voters because they may have moved.
It's a fight with implications for next year's presidential race in swing-state Wisconsin.
That's because the movers are more likely to be Democratic voters, and a successful lawsuit could lead to some of them not voting.
The elections commission doesn't want to invalidate anyone until 2021.