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Wisconsin Democrats Pulling Out All Stops to Keep Corrupt Elections Director, Meagan Wolfe, Around for 2024

Meagan Wolfe of State Street

The Wisconsin Democrats are destroying the state’s constitution to keep corrupt Elections Director in place for the 2024 Election. 

Here is the latest on the efforts to keep corrupt Wolfe in place for the 2024 Election from Jefferson Davis in Wisconsin. 

New Administrator of Elections Status Update

The democrats are pulling out all of the stops to keep the fired Administrator of Elections in place for the 2024 Election Cycle to make sure Wisconsin’s prized 10 Electoral College Votes are secured by the democrat Presidential Nominee as democrats know they can’t win the presidency without Wisconsin’s 10 Electoral College Votes.

The democrats will use any means necessary (i.e. unlimited funding, attorneys, sympathetic liberal judges, press/media, social media, court appeals, Wisconsin Supreme Court, etc.) to keep the Administrator of Elections issue tied up in the courts in hopes of getting through the 2024 Election Cycle with the fired Administrator of Elections.

These are the status updates as to what is known for the Administrator of Elections position:

  1. Per Wisconsin State Statute 15.61, the 4-year term for the Administrator of Elections ended on June 30, 2023.
  2. The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) unanimously voted per their June 27, 2023, Agenda and State Statute 15.61, to reappoint the sitting Administrator of Elections to a new 4-year term through June 30, 2027, with the 3 liberal democrat WEC Commissioners abstaining.
  3. The Wisconsin Senate, under Senate Rule 22 of Advice and Consent, voted 22-11 to consider the unanimous recommendation from WEC to reappoint the Administrator of Elections on June 28, 2023, with the approval of Senate Resolution 3 and referred the matter to the Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection.
  4. The Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection held a 4-hour Informational Public Hearing on August 29, 2023, with the Administrator of Elections as a “no-show”.
  5. The Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection voted 3-1-1 on September 11, 2023, to not accept WEC’s nomination of the Administrator of Elections and forwarded their “no” recommendation to the full Senate.
  6. The Senate voted 22-11 on September 14, 2023, to remove the Administrator of Elections, thus creating a vacancy per State Statute 15.61.
  7. The Senate also passed (22-11) SR4 on September 14, 2023, asking WEC to present a nomination for the Administrator of Elections position by November 1, 2023, per State Statute 15.61.
  8. State Statute 13.127 prevents WEC from re-nominating the fired Administrator of Elections.
  9. AG Kaul immediately filed a lawsuit in liberal Dane County on September 14, 2023, against Sen. Kapenga, Sen. LeMahieu and Speaker Vos to keep the removed Administrator of Elections in place indefinitely until a court order is issued and to bar any attempt by JCLO to appoint an interim Administrator of Elections per State Statute 15.61.
  10. 5 Assembly Members filed 15 Articles of Impeachment to remove the fired Administrator of Elections on September 22, 2023, per State Statute 17.06 and 17.07.
  11. Sen. Kapenga urges Speaker Vos to start the impeachment process of the fired Administrator of Elections on October 6, 2023.
  12. Liberal Dane County Judge issues temporary order on October 27, 2023, to keep the fired Administrator of Elections in place until a court order is issued and also blocks any interim appointment for the Administrator of Elections position by JCLO to fill the vacancy per State Statute 15.61.
  13. No court date has been set for Republican Leadership to respond to the liberal Dane County judge’s October 27, 2023, temporary order.
  14. November 1, 2023, is the 45-day window, per Wisconsin State Statute 15.61, for WEC to appoint a new or interim Administrator of Elections or the matter is referred to JCLO to appoint an interim Administrator of Elections for up to a year per State Statute 15.61.  JCLO consists of Speaker Vos, Rep. August, Rep. Plumer, Sen. Kapenga, Sen. LeMahieu and Sen. Feyen and 4 democrats.
  15. A massive media buy was launched on November 2, 2023, per WisPolitics (click hereGroup threatens in TV ad to oust Vos unless he allows Wolfe impeachment to proceed – WisPolitics) asking election integrity supporters to contact Speaker Vos to act on the 15 Articles of Impeachment immediately – click here – (629) 231101WEC – YouTube.

We will want to have a strong presence in the Dane County Court Room when this Case is heard.  We hope sooner rather than later.

A new Administrator of Elections with the right focus and proper exercising of their executive administrative statutory authority will go a long way to lifting the fog that has hovered over the administration of elections in Wisconsin for too long!

 

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