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Agency Will Not Certify Court Race Until Probe Of Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus Completed

April 8, 2011


The agency overseeing Wisconsin elections will not certify results of Tuesday’s state Supreme Court race until it concludes a probe into how a county clerk misplaced and then found some 14,000 votes that upended the contest.

Michael Haas, Government Accountability Board staff attorney, told Reuters on Friday the watchdog agency was looking into vote tabulation errors in Republican-leaning Waukesha County which gave the conservative incumbent a net gain of more than 7,000 votes — a lead his union-backed challenger seems unlikely to surmount.

“We’re going to do a review of the procedures and the records in Waukesha before we certify the statewide results,” Haas said.

“It’s not that we necessarily expect to find anything criminal. But we want to make sure the public has confidence in the results.”

  1. April 10, 2011 1:11 PM

    Are you really trying to say Democrats are corrupt while talking about an investigation into a conservative who most likely committed vote fraud. Her excuse as to how this “mistake” happened is just laughable to anyone who knows anything about the program she was using to store the voting records. She claims she “forgot to save” in MS Access YOU DON’T SAVE, it does that automatically when any data is added.

  2. joetote permalink
    April 9, 2011 11:06 AM

    It has to be noted that a major Democrat who participated in the vote count and the subsequent discovery of the 7,500 omitted votes validated that it was an honest error and approved the final vote tally.

    Every now and then an honest Democrat appears! Kudos Ramona Kitzinger! Your party could learn a thing or two from you!

    Shouldn’t be too long now before the scum on the left starts demonizing another one of their own now, should it? After all, in the union owned Democratic Party, having someone actually tell the truth or show some moral backbone is tantamount to treason, isn’t it?

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