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BREAKING: Wisconsin judge rules drop boxes are illegal, WIsconsin Elections Commission (WEC) gave unlawful guidance in 2020 election… #wiright #dropboxes
Judge Bohren ruled that the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) guidance documents on absentee ballot drop boxes, issued in 2020, should have gone through the rules process.
WEC advice was contrary to state law. Voting is a constitutional right, but state law makes clear that, “voting by absentee ballot is a privilege exercised wholly outside the traditional safeguards of the polling place.”
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Amazing @janemayer story at @CapTimes IdeasFest where she reveals that Greg Koch told her in 2010 that his Dad was on the Hindenburg.

“Really, why was he on the Hindenburg?”

“Because he had business with Germany.”

Nazi Germany, that is.

#wiunion #wipolitics #Resist
Good question from Maraniss: “Why doesn’t the left have their own Kochs?”

@janemayer - “They got complacent and didn’t think these guys in Wichita were a threat.”

She says @davidaxelrod DIDN’T KNOW WHO THEY WERE in 2010. DC Dems still shrug today.

#wiunion #Resist #January6th
Mayer brings up Powell Memo, which said that corporations had to take over the courts, the pulpits, the colleges and universities, and create “think tanks” to sell the BS.

Their alt universe must be smashed.

#wiunion #wipolitics #Resist
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NEW: City of Green Bay Attorney issues report to paper over concerns about the City's handling of the Election and makes some BIG admissions. /thread
City of Green Bay admits that the Zuckerbucks funded organization "CTCL connected the City with NVAHI (National Vote at Home Institute)" and Spitzer-Rubenstein was to "assist with election tasks the City chose to assign" tasks that only the Clerk had the legal authority to assign
[Spitzer-Rubenstein] "He indicated that as the state lead, he reached out to the fifty most
populous cities." - he is admitting he/CTCL/NVAHI only targeted Democrat-leaning voting areas.
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Some Big Questions to answer on how City of Green Bay Wisconsin handled this election:
Why were anti-Trump mayoral staff involved in processing the absentee ballots at the KI Center?
Did the Mayor and his staff violate state law in running the election? #maga #wiright #GreenBay
Green Bay's City Clerk was on a leave of absence. Under Stat 62.09(5) when a municipal officer is temporarily unable to do their duties, the governing body (city council) may appoint a person to discharge the officer's duties until the officer returns.
Did the Green Bay City Council ever vote on an Acting City Clerk? Or did the Mayor's Office simply take over the running of the election. The Green Bay Mayor is Eric Genrich, a former Democrat State Assemblyman from 2013 to 2019.
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Deep Dive on City of Milwaukee, WI Voting Numbers:
Takeaways: Biden under-performed Hillary 2016 Numbers in Most Black Wards (Northside) and many Hispanic Wards (southside), yet over-performed in the White Wards (Downtown Mke especially).
Northside Wards:
Ward 22 (Silver Spring Dr): Biden got 612 votes to Trump 81 (Turnout was 70.3%),
2016: Hillary - 700 Trump - 74

Ward 24 (N 61st): Biden - 312 to Trump 33 (Turnout was 56.3%)
2016: Hillary - 390. Trump - 16
More Northside Milwaukee Ward Results:
Ward 37: Biden - 580 to Trump 64 (Turnout 66.6%)
2016: Hillary 643 to Trump 73

Ward 43 (S of Silver Spring Dr): Biden 235 to Trump 17 (Turnout 56%)
2016: Hillary 473 to Trump 13 (That's 238 less votes for Biden than Hillary!)
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TIMELINE: What @GovEvers is doing with Wisconsin Election was heavily influenced by the DNC:
March 17: DNC asks states not to postpone their primary elections
March 20: Gov. Evers states he supports keeping the election on…
March 22 - DNC continues to ask states not to postpone
March 23: Evers announces Safer at Home
March 28: Evers remains adamant the election will proceed as planned on April 7…
April 2: DNC postpones Convention
April 3: Evers calls for delay to election to mail everyone a ballot.
April 4: Evers calls for special session to deny in-person voting
April 6: Evers issues Executive Order to cancel in-person voting for tomorrow (Election Day)
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Thread: Wisconsin Early Voting Analysis. Comparing 2018 Early Voting Numbers to 2016 Early Voting (easiest comparison). No Sign of BLUE Wave in Wisconsin yet. Statewide average is 31.5% of 2016 as of Oct 26, 2018 - Source is Wisconsin Elections Commission. #wiright #maga
Dem WI Strongholds seem to be at or below the statewide average of 31.5% (Walker 2014 % in parenthesis):
Dane County - 30.65% (below statewide average) (Walker 29.2%)
Milwaukee County- 31.52% (Walker 36.1%)
Rock County - 27.93% (Walker 42.8%)
Some WI GOP Strongholds are ABOVE statewide ave (Walker 2014 % in parenthesis):
Fond du Lac County -34.88% (Walker 64%)
Manitowoc County-36.09% (Walker 61.8%)
Marathon County-34.88% (Walker 61.2%)
Ozaukee County -38.99% (Walker 70%)
Sheboygan County -36.22% (Walker 62.9%)
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