By M.D. Kittle
MADISON — The Assembly committee charged with investigating voter integrity concerns in the 2020 presidential election may be taking a closer look today at new emails showing Milwaukee’s cozy relationship with liberal groups engaged in building an app that precisely tracks real-time absentee ballots and voters.
Milwaukee Election Commission Director Claire Woodall-Vogg, the emails show, was quick to assist, even enlisting the city’s IT department to compile data on taxpayer time for the liberal activist groups funded by billionaire Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
An old friend of the so-called “WI-5” cities shows up again. Long-time Democratic Party operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein aggressively asks Woodall-Vogg for access to secured voter data. The elections official finally tells Spitzer-Rubenstein she is uncomfortable with his request.