MADISON — A Democratic operative in the Zuckerberg-funded network of liberal election activists connected Wauwatosa to a leader of Milwaukee’s far left Voces de la Frontera to hire poll workers for November’s election, new emails obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight show.
Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, who served as Wisconsin lead for the National Vote at Home Institute, emailed Wauwatosa’s interim city clerk Cindi Dulaney on Sept. 11. As he did elsewhere, Spitzer-Rubenstein used a publicized opportunity to connect.
“I saw in the Journal Sentinel that you need 50 poll workers. Is that right? I can put out the call to our partners at Power the Polls,” Spitzer-Rubenstein wrote.