Wisconsin Spotlight: Election scandal recusal

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MADISON — Wisconsin Elections Commission staff will not be involved in reviewing a complaint alleging Green Bay city officials allowed private activist groups funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to take over significant aspects of the 2020 election.

Earlier this month, The Amistad Project filed the complaint on behalf of five Green Bay residents charging that “evidence in Green Bay proves this shadow government ran the election and now it is time those involved come clean.”

Emails obtained in a Wisconsin Spotlight investigation show WEC Administrator Meagan Wolfe appears to have a conflict of interest. Not only was she aware of the left-leaning groups involved in the elections in Green Bay and Milwaukee, she promoted them to other elections officials.

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