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From President Donald J. Trump:

…And this is just the beginning—other Swing States are even (far) worse!

The Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau released its report on the 2020 election Friday, after receiving limited cooperation from officials.

  • Auditors were able to interview 2 of 6 Wisconsin Election Commissioners. An additional commissioner provided written testimony, but the other two declined.
  • Also, Auditors were not allowed to physically handle election-related materials from the City of Madison.
  • Auditors tried to survey every municipal clerk in the state, but only 48% responded. Out of the 72 County clerks, 82% responded.

Despite these barriers, the Auditors made several explosive discoveries.

WEC Ignores National Database That Identifies Potential Problems?

Among the most alarming problems identified in this audit is how WEC uses the ERIC (Electronic Registration Information Center) database. ERIC allows states to determine if residents are voting in multiple states, have died in other states, moved within the state, voted multiple times in the same election, or are eligible to vote but not registered.

It turns out WEC had never run a report on whether people were voting in other states or died in other states going back to 2016. The first time it ran the report was in May, after the auditors started poking around. The only ERIC report it ran in 2020 was for eligible voters who weren’t registered.

Read the full article by Bill Osmulski with the MacIver Institute here

Author: Press Release