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Jan 14, 2022 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
BREAKING: Wisconsin judge rules drop boxes are illegal, WIsconsin Elections Commission (WEC) gave unlawful guidance in 2020 election npr.org/2022/01/13/107…#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.
Apr 21, 2021 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
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
Nov 7, 2020 • 13 tweets • 5 min read
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.
Nov 5, 2020 • 9 tweets • 3 min read
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).
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
Apr 7, 2020 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
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
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%)