More county officials in the state are opposing a plan to shift the election for Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2020. Thirty county clerks have now signed on to a statement pushing back against that proposal for a separate February election. Clerks say shifting the election will cost counties a lot of money to run a third election, especially one so close to the usual primary. Republicans have said they don’t want the non-partisan vote tied to the state’s presidential primary, but critics say it’s an effort to protect a GOP-leaning seat on the state’s high court. The statewide cost of a spring election is around seven-million dollars.