MADISON, WI (Ben Caxton) — The fight against a Republican-drawn legislative map in Wisconsin is losing one of the combatants. Wisconsin Assembly Democrats have filed a motion in the case seeking to withdraw. That would leave just a group of Democrat voters as the sole complainants. An attorney for the state assembly Democrats told Associated Press that the group didn’t have the money to continue and that the other group had sufficient resources to continue to argue the case. But, by dropping out of the lawsuit at this time Democrat legislators also conveniently avoid having to open their files and produce any supporting documents or paperwork supporting their claim that the GOP-drawn maps hurt Democrats’ ability to recruit candidates and raise money.