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WHAT WISCONSIN ELECTION COMMISSION KNEW

About the investigation: By M.D. Kittle

Hundreds of pages of new emails and other documents obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight show that a longtime Democratic operative and his left-leaning election group were embedded in Milwaukee’s November election preparations and administration.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission not only knew of the outside group’s infiltration in the elections in Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha and Madison, they applauded it. The commission’s administrator offered to spread the word of the influential groups, which were generously funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

The new emails show:

  • Milwaukee elections administrator Claire Woodall-Vogg connecting top Wisconsin Elections Commission officials with Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Wisconsin lead for the National Vote at Home Institute.

  • Spitzer-Rubenstein telling WEC administrators that he can help city clerks with their elections, including “curing [correcting] absentee ballots, signature verification, etc.”

  • WEC Administrator Meagan Wolfe expressing interest in connecting the Vote at Home Institute with election officials in “large to medium-large” cities.

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