By M.D. Kittle
MADISON — Concerned about Zuckerberg-funded liberal groups entrenched in Wisconsin election administration, nearly 140 people turned out Tuesday for a “Standing Up for Voter Integrity” rally at the State Capitol.
The rally, on the the State Street side of the Statehouse, got under way as Madison became the fifth of the so-called “WI-5” cities facing a complaint alleging election law violations. The rally was sponsored by the Wisconsin Voter Alliance which has led legal challenges to liberal third-party groups accused of infiltrating November’s elections in the Badger State’s five largest and most heavily Democrat cities.
“As I talk to citizens around Wisconsin, there still are a lot of questions about CTCL (the Center for Tech and Civic Life) and their involvement in the 2020 election,” said state Rep. Janel Brandtjen (R-Menomonee Falls). “The lack of oversight of these groups should concern everyone in the state of Wisconsin as we work toward transparent elections.”