Skip to comments.Recount clock to begin ticking in WI court race-Milw hasn't reported yet but has plans for recount
Posted on 04/14/2011 4:29:53 PM PDT by Jean S
MADISON, Wis (Reuters) - Officials in Wisconsin's largest county said on Thursday they would meet the deadline for finishing their review of the local vote in last week's state Supreme Court race, an election widely seen as a referendum on Republican efforts to curb public sector unions.
The end of the county reviews would set the stage for either candidate in the closely watched contest to demand a recount
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Good grief, I have been out of town and haven’t heard about all this with the police dept and election board.
I don’t seem to be able to pull up an article on FR regarding this, maybe I’m not searching the correct keywords. If anybody has a link to the sheriff guarding the votes because the donks told the police dept not to story, would you please post it here or ping me to it?
Consider it stolen - mark my words.
I only heard it on Sykes from the only republican on the board and I can't find it in print anywhere so far.
Sheriff Clarke speaks at tea party events. And he’s an African American.
“I heard a report that Dave Clark stepped in right after that. The ballots were locked in a warehouse with minimal security and the Milwaukee police were told to go away by the county election board but the sheriff dept stepped in.”
We don’t want to “disenfranchise” the crooked bastards, now do we?
My brain hurts when I try to think why they didn’t want the ballots guarded. What was/is the plan?
The problem is that to erase that 7,000 vote lead, you’re going to have to manufacture a whole lot more votes than just 7,000 to look legitimate. No one will believe 100% of voters in any precinct voted for Kloppy.
If Kloppy say won Milwaukee county 2-to-1, you’d have to manufacture 21,000 votes, 14K for Kloppy and 7K for Prosser to keep the numbers in line. If Kloppy won 5-to-4, you’d have to manufacture 63,000 votes. The narrower the spread, the more votes to print.
Unofficially 227,000 votes were cast in Milwaukee county. Kloppy got 57%, Prosser got 43%. It’s about 13-to-10, you’d have to print 50K votes at the same ratio to generate 7K votes for Kloppy - meaning the votes cast would increase by 22%.
I don’t think they can pull that off.
I’m saying this with my tin foil hat on but the fact that they refused to have the ballots guarded, have still not finished their tally and have already rented room for a recount makes me think that their aim might be a total revote in Milwaukee.
Thanks for the numbers. Interesting.
The Dems have no shortages when it comes to corruption.
Milwaukee is saying “Please, Please we want to be just like Detroit”. They are certifiable ...
Did some more digging - Milwaukee county has about 580K registered voters, so 50K theoretical new votes would mean jacking up the voter turnout by about 9%. That also would be hard to pull off believably.
And we’re all supposed to sit back and accept the fraud, because Democrats are doing it.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff is a conservative democrat. So much so that in 2000, he spoke at a rally organized by Freepers.
He’s an African-American Tea party guy who runs as a democrat because that’s what gets elected in Milwaukee.
He could be the Allen West of Wisconsin if he wanted.
You can bet those commie union bastards are a bunch of busy little beavers right now. The commies aren’t giving this one up easy. Their whole communist way of life is riding on that scumbag Kloppy sitting on that “court”.
Apparently they’re busy creating the circumstances needed for a recount right now.
They are “late” because they are stalling to allow the recount procedures to be delayed so they have more time to keep the recount clock from striking midnight.
So, canvassing in Waukesha County is done a week before Milwaukee and WHO is getting grief?
I wish I could vote for him. Milwaukee’s lucky to have him.
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