H.O.T. Wisconsin Press Release
H.O.T. - Honest, Open, Transparent: a citizen’s movement to restore election integrity in Wisconsin
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Racine’s “Steal On Wheels Tour” continues! Now with added valuable city resources and city departments being utilized to assist! Today’s scene of the crime, Gateway Technical School, Racine, Wisconsin.
Grassroot teams through the Wisconsin Center for Election Justice (WCFEJ) found multitudes of ballot drop boxes across the state that are unlocked and unmanned.
Some drop boxes have locks; others don't.
These were in Dane, Racine and St Croix counties.
Wisconsin state law requires two people, approved by the local clerk, to be present if these boxes are open.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently confirmed this ruling "¶3
The circuit court granted summary judgment in favor of the Wisconsin voters.
The court declared the documents were administrative rules, which had not been properly promulgated, and, among other things,
the use of [ballot] drop boxes, as described in the [documents], is not permitted under Wisconsin law unless the drop box is staffed by the [municipal] clerk and located at the office of the clerk or a properly designated alternate site under Wis. Stat. § 6.855.
~ Teigen v Wisconsin Elections Commission, 2022 WI 64 - Wis: Supreme Court 2022.
… the use of (ballot) drop boxes… is not permitted under Wisconsin law unless the drop box is staffed by the (municipal) clerk and located at the office of the clerk or a properly designated site under Wis. stat. 6.855.
Although some drop boxes contain a note attachment that absentee ballots cannot be deposited in the box, a ballot can still be deposited into these unlocked boxes.
The drop box signs, if any, are only in English which is problematic in diverse communities.
Furthermore, the teams of volunteers did not see one camera on any of the drop boxes.
Various persons inside the municipalities had assorted answers as to what they do if someone deposits a ballot - from issuing 'oh, we'll just issue the voter another ballot' to, 'no - they don’t have a drop box' when they do.
Or they promulgated the excuse of "no one puts a ballot in the box because of the sign".
Then why are some drop boxes unlocked?
One, in particular, is concerning where the City of Hudson Clerk, Becky Eggens, just placed a dirty old tarp over the ballot dropbox and a bunch of duct tape.
This is from a City Clerk being paid $120,000 in salary per year plus benefits.
The city only has an adult population of just 11,900. Yet they can't seem to afford a $20 lock.
Wisconsin early absentee voting began this past Tuesday for the upcoming August 9th primary.
These photos prove there are still problems with drop boxes in Wisconsin. Enforcement of the law is needed immediately.
The investigation by WCFEJ is still ongoing.
Their website is: www.wisconsinelectionjustice.org
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