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Saturday, November 13, 2021

Governor Evers of Wisconsin Vetoed to Protect Election Fraud

 Governor Tony Evers of Wisconsin Vetoed to Protect Election Fraud weakening election integrity and allowing fraud to continue.

Bills Vetoed would have made elections more secure and would have made it harder for election fraud to occur. 


 bills vetoed by Tony Evers on Tuesday would have:

  • Made it a felony to falsely represent yourself as indefinitely confined or falsely affirm someone else’s indefinitely confined status. 
  • Limited communities to a single site outside the clerk’s office for absentee ballot drop-offs. 
  • Barred the Wisconsin Elections Commission from automatically sending absentee ballot applications or absentee ballots to voters.
  • Required clerks to post hourly updates with absentee voting statistics on the evening of Election Day.
  • Required administrators at nursing homes and assisted living facilities to notify families when certified voting assistants will visit their facility to help residents with voting.
  • Made it a felony for nursing home or assisted living facility staff to "influence" a resident’s voting behavior. 
  • Required observation areas for recounts to be no more than 3 feet from the area where ballots and other materials are being examined. 
  • Barred election officials from adding missing information to absentee ballot envelopes, even if they are able to get the information from official state documents. 
  • Required communities that provide live broadcasts of election proceedings to keep the recordings on file for at least 22 months. 

Republicans were quick to push back on the governor’s vetoes. In a prepared statement, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said Evers’ moves were a "momentous mistake."

"These bills closed loopholes, standardized procedures, established uniformity, guaranteed only the voter can correct their own ballot and protected votes of seniors in long-term care," Vos said. 

Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu, R-Oostburg, also issued a statement saying the governor "showed he’s committed to keeping the same laws and loopholes that were exploited during the pandemic."

"Protecting Voter ID laws and the integrity of our election is fundamental to a healthy republic," LeMahieu said. "Governor Evers is standing in the way of restoring the trust in our process that has been lost."

Sen. Duey Stroebel, R-Saukville, who sponsored three of the vetoed bills, accused the governor of playing to his political base with the vetoes.

"I am frustrated but not surprised Governor Evers ignored lessons we learned from 2020 to play to his base," Stroebel said. "It is now crystal clear to all Wisconsinites who wants to pursue common sense election integrity measures and who does not."

It is our Opinion that Governor Evers doesn't want election integrity especially in Dane and Milwaukee county as that would make it harder to steal elections. We know that people were lying about disability status to not be present in last presidential election. <--That includes pole workers violating laws. We know that WEC was just sending out willy nilly absentee ballots making it easier to harvest or steal votes. These Bills proposed would have deterred fraudulent activity and held people accountable for their actions. I ask all Wisconsin Residents to remember this when next election comes up in 2022. It's time to get rid of Evers as he was never good for Wisconsin and he's certainly chums with our current Presidential Tyrant whom is against our Bill of Rights and trying to take the people liberty and medical freedoms away.

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