Spotlight: Deeper election integrity concerns

By M.D. Kittle

MADISON — Voting by cognitively impaired residents declared ineligible to cast ballots may have been more widespread than originally suspected, according to a new report.

Meanwhile, a voter integrity activist says he was able to file for absentee ballots using the names of Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) and Racine Mayor Cory Mason, a Democrat, raising more questions about the security of Wisconsin’s elections.

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One response to “Spotlight: Deeper election integrity concerns”

  1. Snezana Vukmirovic Avatar
    Snezana Vukmirovic

    “Cognitively impaired residents” is Woke-Speak for retards, a term that retarded people use themselves. I personally witnessed one of them referring to Garth Brooks as a “retard.” But I do believe “cognitively impaired residents” should be encouraged to vote. Republicans would never get elected otherwise.

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