April 8, 2011

Uncounted ballots appear in WI Supreme Court election

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg in cheeseland @ 12:06 pm

Author’s note: Looks like election fraud is alive and well in Wisconsin.

Waukesha county officials claim that they have found 7582 uncounted votes for incumbent David Prosser in the hotly contested Supreme Court election in Wisconsin that was tentatively won by challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg by a narrow margin of 204 votes.

News of the uncounted votes came as officials throughout Wisconsin were conducting county canvasses, a final review of voting records that allows the state to certify this week’s bitterly contested Supreme Court election.

So where were the votes on election day? According to the Reuters corporate news outlet, as reported by Raw Story, they were found on a spreadsheet of the county clerk in Waukesha, Kathy Nickolaus.

Nickolaus, a known Republican activist who keeps election results on her personal PC in her office, and only on her personal PC, shockingly revealed the “uncounted” votes in a county where 73.4 percent of the vote went for Prosser.

Nickolaus said at a news conference that she had failed to properly save a spreadsheet showing one town’s voting results. But now she is “…thankful that this error was caught early in the process and during the canvass,” Nickolaus said. “The purpose of the canvass is to catch these kinds of errors.”

So, the people of Wisconsin are to believe that a centralized optical scanning vote system certified by the state and used statewide was routed to a spreadsheet on the Waukesha county clerk’s PC? And Kathy could legally save, forward, delete, fail to report, or report over 7500 votes?

Are any bovine excrement meters taking readings yet?

Read more, get links and video here: Madison Independent Examiner – Uncounted ballots…

1 Comment

  1. Greg, if you had a chance to read my disappeared comment on your other post, you know I was suspicious of something like this happening. Last night MSNBC featured coverage of the Waukesha vote and pointed out that Nickolaus used to work for Prosser and that the actual number of ballots she ‘found’ was 14,000, with over 10,000 going to Prosser, conveniently just enough to avoid an automatic recount. Nickolaus has also been reprimanded in the past for her slipshod vote counting.

    Just to review:

    – Republican activist who once worked for Prosser just happens to ‘discover’ 14,000 votes on her PC from the largest town in the most Republican county in the state, after it’s clear Prosser lost statewide.

    – Republican activist Nickolaus appears before the media to announce the ‘accidental’ error displaying all of the eyes-downcast veracity of Susan Smith blaming some black guys for abducting her children, the same two little sons she later admitted she drowned.

    – Except for Rachel Maddow and Ed Schultz, MSM does not mention the close connection between Prosser and Nickolaus, even touting the record of clean elections in Wisconsin. Nothing to see here, folks!

    – Now Kloppenburg has to spend her own money to get a recount and file suits to examine Nickolaus’ emails, etc.

    – The case could go to the Wisc. Supreme Court which still has Prosser as the 4-3 tie-breaking vote. Will Prosser recuse himself from voting on Kloppenburg’s case? When was the last time a Republican judge recused him or herself from from an important political case due to conflict of interest?

    Yep, the reek of GOP electoral bull-pucky is strong enough to be noticed in Chicago, but will the Dems pursue the case?

    Comment by RS Janes — April 8, 2011 @ 7:41 pm

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