Where was DOJ? Will recount give GOP the Wisconsin Senate based on ballot recall mistake?
No idea, but the news out of Wisconsin could just be getting better, since the left's full on meltdown when Walker survived his recall race. I saw a Tweet from Melissa Clouthier go by suggesting big news out of Racine.
Thousands of voters who registered at the polls on recall election day in the City of Racine may not have signed the supplemental poll list as required by law, the MacIver News Service has learned.
Individuals who register as new voters or change their voter registration on Election Day do not appear on the pre-printed voter rolls maintained by election workers. Those same-day registrants are added to a supplemental poll list, maintained at each polling location across Wisconsin. A space is provided on the Supplemental Poll List for new registrants to sign by their hand-written entry, and by law they are required to do so.
Republican Wanggaard only lost by just over 800 votes and some alleged voter fraud, leading to the current recount now underway. hmm. Stay tuned, if nothing else. I guess we'll see.
"In the absence of a voter ID law and so many people suspicious of the election result, bitterness and division will only grow if the results are not recounted," said Wanggaard in a June 15 press release announcing his recount request. The vote canvass showed Wanggaard lost to Democrat John Lehman by 834 votes out of 72,000 cast.