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Election Integrity Dashboard
05/05/2021

As we enter a new year and new election cycle, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is committed to laying the groundwork for success in 2022 and 2024. We must work to reform the election process so that all voters receive the honest and transparent elections to which they are entitled. In fact, just this past year, we have taken two cases to the United States Supreme Court, and two more to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in our relentless efforts to promote election integrity. Throughout that effort, we worked closely with President Trump’s campaign.

Moving forward, the Republican Party of Wisconsin launched an Election Reform Taskforce. This taskforce has county party leaders and grassroots activists from across the state as we fight for ballot integrity, find solutions to the problems and concerns that exist, and propose solutions to the Wisconsin State legislature. This taskforce has already met several times and is working with our Republican Legislators to provide recommendations to improve election reform bills. The Election Reform Taskforce has also launched two sub-committee’s: One dealing with WEC Reform and one dealing with the recruitment of Election Inspectors & Election Workers. If you are interested in helping to monitor Wisconsin elections, click here.

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STANDING UP FOR VOTER INTEGRITY
05/27/2021

Wisconsin Elections Commission spokesman Reid Magney said WEC had not received the complaint as of Tuesday afternoon. As with the other complaints, the Madison allegations will be reviewed by outside counsel, which has asked the cities and Election Administrator Meagan Wolfe to respond to the complaints by June 15. Wolfe also is named as a respondent in the complaint. Emails show the state elections official attempted to connect election officials in four Wisconsin cities with one of CTCL’s partners. And Wolfe, according to the complaint, publicly signaled her approval of the funding scheme in defiance of state law.

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How Zuckerberg Millions Paid for Progressives to Work With 2020 Vote Officials Nationwide
05/27/2021

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Assembly passes bill checking outside money in elections
05/12/2021

Assembly Bill  173 doesn’t outright ban election administration donations from individuals and nongovernmental groups, but it does require the Wisconsin Elections Commission to distribute the funds to each Wisconsin municipality on a per capita basis. WEC would only be allowed to expend the money as approved by the Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee.

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Emails Show Likely Illegality in the Way Milwaukee Ran the Presidential Election
05/07/2021

Dan O’Donnell breaks down a trove of new emails showing the deep coordination between the City of Milwaukee and special interest groups that effectively took over the administration of its November election

May 7, 2021

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Needed: A National Election Fraud Database
05/06/2021

We are currently training one of the country’s most gifted fraud experts in a new database technology; the same person who masterminded the creation of the world’s most sophisticated criminal profile database.  He is working with commercial record sets in the trillions, which process in nanoseconds, on a computer you hold in your hand.  We have begun working with a dozen data collectors in as many states.  They are doing the analytical work; we provide the computational horsepower with technology that dwarfs current commercial search.  By mid-summer we will be running their data -- and cross-searching it -- as far back as digital data are collected.

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COMMISSIONERS KEPT IN THE DARK
05/06/2021

MADISON — A member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) says he and his fellow commissioners were kept in the dark about staff member communications with a left-leaning “safe elections” group.

Robert Spindell, one of three Republican representatives on the six-member commission, said WEC Administrator Meagan Wolfe failed to mention that she not only knew about the National Vote at Home Institute’s involvement in Wisconsin elections, she asked if she could promote the organization’s work.

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CONDITIONAL ELECTION GRANTS
05/06/2021

MADISON — The “free” election assistance grant money dumped on Wisconsin’s largest cities wasn’t so free.

The windfall — significantly increasing the cities’ elections budgets — came with strings attached. Documents, including a contract obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight, show the left-leaning Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) wanted a lot in return for its generosity. Or, better said, they wanted a return on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s investment.

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Green Bay’s Handling of Presidential Election Violated At Least Five Laws
05/06/2021

Just how lawless was the City of Green Bay’s handling of November’s presidential election?  It clearly violated at least five state statutes, and Mayor Eric Genrich may have personally committed felony misconduct in public office.

Emails obtained by the Wisconsin Assembly’s Committee on Campaigns and Elections and presented during a hearing Wednesday demonstrate that Genrich usurped the lawful authority of Green Bay City Clerk Kris Teske to run the election, thereby running afoul of Wisconsin Statute § 7.15(1)’s requirement that “each municipal clerk has charge and supervision of elections and registration in the municipality.”

Teske did not.  Genrich used $1.6 million in grant money from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Tech and Civic Life to essentially replace Teske with Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, the Wisconsin lead for the liberal National Vote at Home Institute.

“I am being left out of the discussions and not listened to at the meetings,” a frustrated Teske wrote on July 9th as Genrich made it clear that he and what he referred to as “the grant team” were now overseeing election preparations, not her.

“I just don’t know where the Clerk’s Office fits in anymore,” she added in another email the same day.

Her frustrations would only grow over the next month.

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Zuckerberg Grant Allowed Outsider to Infiltrate Presidential Election in Wisconsin
05/05/2021

When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife handed out hundreds of millions of dollars last year for a national safe-voting initiative, the “donation” was heralded as vital support to “protect American elections” and to “bolster democracy during the pandemic.”

But what the grant money really purchased in battleground states such as Wisconsin was infiltration of the November presidential elections by liberal groups and Democratic activists, according to hundreds of pages of emails and other documents obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight.

In the city of Green Bay, which received a total of $1.6 million in grant funding from the Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life, a “grant mentor” who has worked for several Democratic Party candidates, was given access to boxes of absentee ballots before the election.

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‘ALARM BELLS’ BEYOND GREEN BAY
05/05/2021

MADISON — A former Democratic operative at the center of Green Bay’s election scandal offered his election “help” to a suburban Milwaukee city, according to new emails obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight.

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Outside Groups Ran Green Bay’s Election, Emails Reveal
05/05/2021

Mar. 10, 2021

Emails indicate outside groups (funded by big tech) illegally took over election planning and oversight in the City of Green Bay after giving the city a $1.6 million grant. The Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections heard all about it on Wednesday – including first hand testimony.

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ELECTION SCANDAL: ROOTS IN RACINE
05/05/2021

A national election integrity watchdog announced Thursday it was filing a formal complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission on behalf of five Green Bay residents. The complainants allege city officials allowed “private activist groups to control significant aspects of the 2020 election, including ballot ‘curing’ and vote counting.”

“Hundreds of millions of dollars purchased local election offices in 2020 to benefit one political candidate, paying salaries of election officials and literally dictating the manner in which the election should be managed,” Phill Kline, director of The Amistad Project said in a press release. “Evidence in Green Bay proves this shadow government ran the election and now it is time those involved come clean.”

The Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life handed out more than $8 million in “election safety and security” grants to Wisconsin’s five largest and most heavily Democratic cities — Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha and Racine. CTCL received $350 million from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife to “help” local elections offices administer “safe and secure elections.”

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Election Integrity Complaint
05/05/2021

MADISON — A national election integrity watchdog announced Thursday it was filing a formal complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission on behalf of five Green Bay residents. The complainants allege city officials allowed “private activist groups to control significant aspects of the 2020 election, including ballot ‘curing’ and vote counting.”

“Hundreds of millions of dollars purchased local election offices in 2020 to benefit one political candidate, paying salaries of election officials and literally dictating the manner in which the election should be managed,” Phill Kline, director of The Amistad Project said in a press release. “Evidence in Green Bay proves this shadow government ran the election and now it is time those involved come clean.”

The Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life handed out more than $8 million in “election safety and security” grants to Wisconsin’s five largest and most heavily Democratic cities — Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha and Racine. CTCL received $350 million from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife to “help” local elections offices administer “safe and secure elections.”

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Wisconsin Spotlight: Kenosha’s key role in election scandal
05/05/2021

MADISON — Six Kenosha residents have filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission alleging the city allowed Mark Zuckerberg-funded, liberal groups to take over November’s election.

The action is the latest in a growing number of election law complaints against the “famous Wi-5” — Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha and Racine. But unlike in Green Bay, where the city’s clerk challenged the infiltration of the outside groups and meddling city officials, new emails show election officials in the other four Democratic Party strongholds were glad to go along for the well-funded ride.

The emails, obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight, show just how deeply entrenched the Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life’s network of left-wing “partners” was in the administration of elections in the five cities. And just how partisan the activists are.

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Kenosha Complaint
05/05/2021

Please read the Kenosha complaint to the Wisconsin Election Commission on Kenosha's breaking of the election law.

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W.I.M.P.: Did Adjudication of These Votes Provide The Hologram’s Margin of Victory?
05/05/2021

Other audits are likely in Georgia, New Hampshire, and Wisconsin. But is there something else that has been overlooked in the frenzy to investigate or suppress (depending on one’s political persuasions) claims of “election irregularities” during the 2020 election? Retired senior DoD analyst Ray Blehar has examined an underreported election story pertaining to write-in and minor party ballots/votes. His investigation has resulted in some startling conclusions and a working theory: that Biden’s margin of victory in several key states could have been provided by shifting write-in and minor party ballots through ballot adjudication.

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