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Category Archives: Kloppenburg
Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nicklaus learns valuable lesson: break the law again and get away with it
In last April’s State Supreme Court election between JoAnne Kloppenburg vs. David Prosser, former Walker staffer Kathy Nicklaus magically delivered 14,315 votes in the city of Brookfield, Wisconsin in a way she has repeatedly done over the years to deliver choking champion David Prosser a victory. Did she break the… Read the full story »
It has begin. The Wisconsin Government Accountability Board posted this information: Statewide Recount Information The Government Accountability Board has ordered a statewide recount, based on the Kloppenburg campaign’s request, of votes in the April 5 Wisconsin Supreme Court election. The recount will begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 27, and… Read the full story »
Local governments, not the state or the campaigns, will pay for the recount efforts. Although Scott Walker and others think the recount is a bad idea, it is going to happen: Madison — The recount in the race for state Supreme Court is to be completed by May 9, though… Read the full story »
It looks like a recount is going to happen. After all, the difference in the race is less than 0.5% with Kloppenburg having been behind Presser by 25% a month before the election on April 5. Additionally, Kloppenburg requested an investigation into what was going on with the Sarah Palin… Read the full story »
Not so fast, Prosser. Look for a state-funded recount decision coming soon. Winning by -.5% means recount.
State Supreme Court Justice David Prosser has theoretically won the race against JoAnne Kloppenburg by a questionable (and under investigation) 7,316 votes, which is slim enough of a vote difference to have a statewide recount that Kloppenburg does not have to pay for. Prosser declared victory on April 15. After… Read the full story »
This is perhaps the most telling example of David Prosser’s judgment that he would find a federal investigation of what happened in Waukesha County with Waukesha County clerk Kathy Nickolaus’ “human error” with missing votes for the second largest city in the county “preposterous”. If this had happened in Dane… Read the full story »
Two rallies to support Rally to Protect Wisconsin Elections are happening today. Be there! Waukesha When: 4:00 PM Where: Waukesha County Clerk’s Office 515 W. Moreland Blvd. Waukesha Madison When: 4:30 PM Where: State St. Side of the Capitol Madison
Waukesha County Minutes Executive Committee Meeting (August 16, 2010) show Kathy Nickolaus’ incompetence with election systems
Here is a portion of the recorded minutes of the Waukesha County Minutes Executive Committee Meeting (August 16, 2010) where Kathy Nickolaus clearly was not interested in any upgrades on her old system that was offline from the election databases and how insecure the election system that was used by… Read the full story »
April 7, 2011-Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus magically delivers enough votes for former boss Prosser
Former Republican Party of Waukesha County President and County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus (Phone: 262-548-7010) suddenly found enough votes for David Prosser to win the Supreme Court race in Wisconsin and enough votes to not have to have a recount. It’s like magic! Kathy had failed to save on her computer… Read the full story »
Here is a comparison of the Kloppenburg vs Prosser results with the relational mapping of the GOP 8 that are up for recall. PDF Vigilance! Feel free to distribute.
Here is an official statement from JoAnne Kloppenburg on her slim win over David Prosser, who had him being re-elected in the bag before Scott Walker and the Republicans overstepped and helped give him a defeat: “We owe Justice Prosser our gratitude for his more than 30 years of public… Read the full story »
It’s official with the Wisconsin Supreme Court election between JoAnne Kloppenburg and David Prosser! Yes, there will be a recount election. But the mere fact that someone like JoAnne Kloppenburg beat Prosser by 200 votes is just awesome! She was down in statewide polls by at least 10% points. All… Read the full story »
It appears that there will be a recount, which would begin in May. No definite date has been established yet. Here’s what happens next: By 4 p.m. Wednesday, municipal clerks must deliver all their materials to the offices of county clerks around the state. By 9 a.m. Thursday, county boards… Read the full story »
As of 9:50am CST, the AP has Kloppenburg up by 140 votes. Election results Update as of 10:30CST: Kloppenburg takes slight lead in Supreme Court race With almost all votes reported, challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg edged ahead of incumbent David Prosser in a tight race for Wisconsin Supreme Court justice that… Read the full story »
Ed Shultz interviews John Nichols at the Capitol in Madison on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 regarding the Wisconsin state election.