Wisconsin must end Administrator of Elections, Meagan Wolfe, term over elections in in the state. This week this could happen.
Meagan Wolf is a monster who had destroyed free and fair elections in Wisconsin.
The following was provided by Wisconsin Election Integrity Expert Jefferson Davis on how this can happen.
The Gateway Pundit has previously covered this developing story (click here – Election Integrity for Wisconsin: Important Meeting on Aug. 29 Concerning Removal of Unscrupulous Meagan Wolfe as Wisconsin Elections Chief | The Gateway Pundit | by Jim Hoft).
The current Administrator of Elections in Wisconsin served a 4-year term through June 30th that started in 2019 confirmed by the Senate.
The Administrator of Elections is nominated to serve a 4-year term by the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) and is ultimately confirmed by the Wisconsin State Senate per Wisconsin State Statute 15.61 (click here – Wisconsin Legislature: 15.61).
State Statute 15.61 is without any ambiguity and is abundantly clear what the legal and constitutional process is to appoint an Administrator of Elections.
The current Administrator of Elections’ 4-year term ended on June 30, 2023.
The current Administrator of Elections has been the subject of ongoing scrutiny and criticism for several years with what some believe is the unethical and perhaps criminal administration of elections and have repeatedly asked for her resignation as well as firings for some Staff Members (click here – Wisconsin Republicans call for resignations, firings at Wisconsin Elections Commission | Wisconsin | thecentersquare.com).
Probably one of the most egregious examples of the unethical administration of elections by the current Administrator of Elections was during the 2020 Presidential Election in Wisconsin with what some have said was the unforgiveable processing of absentee ballots in long term care facilities including veteran homes in a statewide race supposedly decided by 20,682 voters (click here – Thomas More Society: Wisconsin’s Dane County accused of nursing home voter fraud just “tip of the iceberg” – WisPolitics).
The Administrator of Elections also received a scathing review from the Office of Special Counsel in 2022, who investigated the administration of elections for the 2020 Presidential Election in Wisconsin, which ultimately recommended Wisconsin’s 10 Electoral College Votes should be reclaimed until it could be officially and legally determined if the election fraud affected the outcome of the election in a statewide race supposedly decided by 20,682 votes (click here – Microsoft Word – OSC Second Interim Report (wisconsin.gov)).
To make matters even worse for the Administrator of Elections, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in July of 2022 that the 2020 Presidential Election results were “illegitimate” due mainly in part to the Administrator of Elections who did not follow the law causing “harm and injury” to voters when she approved the Zuckerberg absentee ballot drop boxes that had hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots deposited into them for a statewide race supposedly decided by 20,682 votes (click –Frontsheet (wicourts.gov)).
The Governor’s Office fully supports the current Administrator of Elections (click here – Tony Evers Defends Commissioners Accused Of Lawbreaking; GOP Calls For Resignation (wisconsinrightnow.com)).
The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC), 3 republicans and 3 democrats approved by the Senate, held an emergency meeting near the end of June to make a recommendation on the position of Administrator of Elections for a new 4-year term as prescribed in State Statute 15.61.
The 3 liberal progressive democrats thought they had outsmarted the 3 republicans and the voters of Wisconsin when they abstained from voting on the recommendation.
The 3 republicans, by following the law and their sworn-oath-of-office responsibilities, unanimously voted (3-0) in the majority to reappoint the Administrator of Elections for a new 4-year term to end on June 30, 2027, to move the process forward to the Senate for confirmation as expressed in Statute 15.61.
The Senate Republicans, anticipating that democrats would be democrats when they always appear to cry wolf and threaten lawsuits if they don’t get their way, were proactive and had hired outside legal counsel to review the Statutes to make sure they were on solid ground constitutionally and legally by fulfilling their statutory duties of confirming or denying the appointment of the Administrator of Elections.
In many respects, it seems like Wisconsin voters almost always have to anticipate 3rd grade playground behavior when it comes to democrats not being able to get their liberal and progressive way with legislation and administrative appointments.
Democrats appear to almost always run to the courts to do workarounds of the law costing taxpayers time, money and lots of resources when it would have been much simpler to just follow the law.
Senate Republicans had finally had enough from the democrats and unanimously passed; republicans control the Wisconsin Senate 22-11, SR 3 (click here – 2023 Senate Resolution 3 (wisconsin.gov)) in late June to start the process of appointing an Administrator of Elections.
The Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection then scheduled a Public Hearing for Tuesday, August 29th, 10:01 A.M., Room 411 South, State Capitol (click here – 2023 Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection (wisconsin.gov)) to provide for the current Administrator of Elections to answer questions why she should be reappointed and to give the public an opportunity to provide testimony.
The Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection will vote in Executive Session after the August 29th Hearing and before Labor Day to make their recommendation of approving or disapproving of WEC’s nomination of the current Administrator of Elections to the full Wisconsin Senate.
The Wisconsin Senate will hopefully vote during the September 12–21, 2023, Floor Session, to approve or disapprove the Senate Committee’s recommendation on the position of Administrator of Elections.
If a vacancy occurs, State Statute 15.61 then prescribes that an Interim Administrator of Elections would be appointed for up to a year by the Joint Committee on Legislation Organization (JCLO) after a 45-day period.
It is possible that a new Administrator of Elections could be appointed as early as November 1, 2023.
Of course, democrats being democrats, will automatically file a lawsuit in hopes of confusing the issue and keeping the current Administrator of Elections in place indefinitely in hopes of repeating the disaster of 2020 for 2024 while securing Wisconsin 10 Electoral College Votes.
In a breath-taking maneuver, that is beyond stupefying, the democrats, the Attorney General and the Administrator of Elections have corroborated to collectively tell the voters of Wisconsin that the Administrator of Elections doesn’t have to follow any statutory and or election laws when it comes to the appointment of the Administrator of Elections.
The democrat Attorney General, of liberal progressive Perkins Coie, LLC, DC law firm fame (click here – Rep. Allen: Asks if Attorney General Josh Kaul was aware – WisPolitics), represents the Administrator of Elections at taxpayer expense and unapologetically states the following regarding the state statutes and the Senate involving the appointment of the Administrator of Elections:
- Wisconsin Senate has no “authority” to confirm or reject the appointment of the Administrator of Elections in spite of what State Statute 15.61 authorizes the Senate to do. The AG also states that in his opinion, the Senate not having any authority is “…not a close question under state law.”
- The Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection needs to cancel their scheduled Hearing component for the consideration of the Administrator of Elections on Tuesday, August 29th.
- Administrator of Elections has been advised by the AG not to attend the Senate Hearing on Tuesday, August 29th.
- WEC’s unanimous vote (3-0) in late June to reappoint the Administrator of Elections for a new 4-year term is not sufficient under state law.
- The AG’s opinion is that the Administrator of Elections should remain indefinitely under the current circumstances.
- AG’s letter (click here – CCPGOAL Letter (wispolitics.com)).
- Perspective on this breaking story (click here – Wolfe to skip confirmation hearing after Kaul opines Senate has no say in whether she continues as top elections official – WisPolitics).
The back-and-forth with the democrats on the administration of elections and the Administrator of Elections position has been the subject of many articles, votes and media coverage for years for the same reasons that are ongoing in 2023.
Here are some of those exchanges between the law enforcement advocates and the workaround the law advocates:
- Senator Stroebel’s Floor Speech regarding WEC Administrator of Elections Mike Haas (click here – Sen. Stroebel: No Confidence in Haas (wisconsin.gov)).
- Wisconsin Republicans vote to oust WEC Administrator of Elections Mike Haas (click here – Wisconsin Republicans oust the state’s ethics and elections chiefs (jsonline.com)).
- WEC Administrator Mike Hass voluntarily step down (click here – Wisconsin Elections Commission head steps down amid criticism from GOP (jsonline.com)).
- Kevin Kennedy forced out at Government Accountability Board (GAB) (click here – Kevin Kennedy stepping down from embattled GAB (jsonline.com)).
- Kevin Kennedy forced to resign amid collusion emails revealed with Lois Lerner at IRS targeting conservative groups (click here – Republicans call for resignation of man who oversees Wisconsin elections (fox6now.com)).
- Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled against the abuse by Government Accountability Board (GAB) into the investigations of Governor Walker that included Mike Haas (click here – Wisconsin Supreme Court won’t reopen John Doe probe, rules against special prosecutor (jsonline.com)).
What’s the Endgame?
This must be immediately corrected by the Wisconsin Senate before the 2024 election cycle to avoid a repeat of the disaster of 2020.
Wisconsin and America cannot continue to have elections being administered under the fog and or suspicion of election fraud that may affect the outcome of elections especially in a state supposedly decided by 20,682 votes with 10 Electoral College Votes.
The appointment of a new Administrator of Elections will go a long way to restore the confidence in our elections who will simply follow the law and exercise their administrative statutory authority to do the right thing without interference from outside liberal progressive influences.
Please contact the following Senate Committee Members for Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection to encourage them to appoint a new Administrator of Elections (click here – 2023 Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection (wisconsin.gov)):
- Senator Knodl (R-Germantown), Committee Chair – https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2023/legislators/senate/2688.
- Senator Feyen (R-Fond du lac), Committee Vice-Chair – Senator Dan Feyen (wisconsin.gov).
- Senator Quinn (R-Cameron), Committee Member – https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/document/legislator/2023/2564.
- Senator Spreitzer (D-Beloit), Committee Member – About Mark (wisconsin.gov).
- Senator Smith (D-Brunswick), Committee Member – https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/document/legislator/2023/2433
Godspeed to protect and preserve our beautiful constitutional representative republic through election integrity.