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Spotlight: Organized election crime?

By M.D. Kittle

MADISON —The Assembly Campaign and Elections Committee holds a hearing today amid new complaints about another “WI-5” city and growing concerns surrounding Wisconsin’s unattended absentee ballot drop boxes.

The committee has spent the past year looking into myriad election law violations and irregularities in the hotly contested 2020 presidential election.

Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of Houston, Texas-based True the Vote, is expected to testify about the geospatial technology her organization used in tracking trillions of data points around drop boxes in Milwaukee, Green Bay, Racine and other so-called Wisconsin-5 cities.

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1 thought on “Spotlight: Organized election crime?

  • I find it hard to believe that any intelligent American would think that voter id is racist and not needed. We need an id to go to the library or check into a hotel. Last, I checked, I see a lot of drivers that aren’t white. My wife is disabled and no longer drives but she has an id for voting or anything that she needs an id for. Those that don’t want ids for voting are looking for ways to cheat the system

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