Wisconsin Election Results

April 9, 2011 by USA Post 

Wisconsin Election Results, Three days after election day and still no firm answer on who won a term on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

The issue was already a hot topic is to shoot more. Friday, protesters were out. Earlier this week, the current Justice David Prosser is believed to have lost the election, so the Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg new justice of the state. However, as municipalities across the state overall review cannot seem to be the case.

The question of just what happened during Tuesday’s election is becoming as heated protesters appeared in Waukesha County.

“People want a fair election,” said demonstrator Bruce Colburn. “People worked hard during this election. They want a fair justice system and here we have an election in which 15 thousand voters suddenly found one day after the election. It makes no sense for us.”

JoAnne Kloppenburg claimed victory for a seat in the state Supreme Court on Wednesday. Then Thursday, the clerk at the Waukesha County issued new numbers gave Justice David Prosser holds a lead of 75 votes to one hundred.

Prosser did not talk to Fox 11, but I spoke with FOX News.

“As far as I’m concerned, if the results hold, I will be the winner,” said Prosser. “My opponent has the right to request a recount, and have the state pay for to tell if it is within a certain level, but if you get up more than, 000 votes, that’s a serious matter. That is not likely to be exceeded.

Friday afternoon, members of the campaign Kloppenburg visited the office of Secretary of Waukesha, looking at those numbers.

“We need to think about 200 theaters in Waukesha County, I can be a bit beyond that, but we have to go through all of them, so we’re hopeful we can get it done tomorrow, but I can not say safely, “said Melissa Mullkien with Kloppenburg campaign.

The director of the Government Accountability Board, which oversees elections, said he does not know how the information on election night Waukesha County Brookfield not included.

Kevin Kennedy says he still has confidence in the secretary, but he should have known about the subject before.

“Our concern is, where the numbers of certificates of origin,” said Kevin Kennedy, director of the Government Accountability Board. “His collection of unofficial numbers to make available to the public is something that will go through both of our review, but also, in my view, a number of requests for public records.”

Secretaries have until April 15 to check their official results. After passing the Government Accountability Board may certify those numbers. The council says it is preparing for a recount. Both Prosser Kloppenburg and campaigns have begun fundraising efforts if they have to pay for a recount.

Some have called for a federal investigation into the matter. However, the state says there are already federal offices on the ballot; a federal investigation is not going to happen.

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