Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bohren issued a summary judgment decision to ban ballot drop boxes in the entire state of Wisconsin. Judge Bohren had previously banned ballot harvesting min the state. The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) issued memos to Wisconsin clerks in March and August of 2020 encouraging their use. The WEC is under investigation for that memo. Ballot harvesting and drop boxes are the easiest way to cheat in an election.
True the Vote proved there was massive ballot harvesting going on in Georgia during the 2020 election. But, more importantly, they got one of the ballot harvesters to talk and he admitted he was paid 10 bucks for every vote and that he made $45,000 between the general election and the Senate runoff elections. True the Vote has videos of over 240 ballot harvesters, dumping backpacks full of votes into the drop boxes late at night.
They say this went on in five other states, but they have yet to identify those states, but Wisconsin would be a likely one as they had a massive drop of Biden votes late on election night.
BREAKING: Judge rules WEC broke the law,that absentee ballot drop boxes and ballot harvesting are not permitted in state law. Waukesha Co judge also found WEC's guidance documents on drop boxes should have gone through legislative rules process #wiright #wipolitics @WILawLiberty
— Empower Wisconsin (@EmpowerWi) January 13, 2022
NEW: Waukesha Judge Rules Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes, Ballot Harvesting Illegal Under State Law
— WILL (@WILawLiberty) January 13, 2022
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty reported:
The News: Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bohren issued a summary judgment decision, in court, that absentee ballot drop boxes and ballot harvesting are not permitted in state law. Judge Bohren also ruled that the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) guidance documents on absentee ballot drop boxes, issued in 2020, should have gone through the rules process.
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The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a lawsuit on behalf of two Waukesha County voters in June 2021 challenging the legal status of absentee ballot drop boxes after WEC issued unlawful guidance to clerks, in 2020, encouraging the use of absentee ballot drop boxes, and telling voters that anyone else can return their ballot for them.
The Quote: WILL Deputy Counsel, Luke Berg, said, “The guidance from the Wisconsin Elections Commission on absentee ballot drop boxes was unlawful. There are just two legal methods to cast an absentee ballot in Wisconsin: through the mail or in-person at a clerk’s office. And voters must return their own ballots. We are pleased the court made this clear, providing Wisconsin voters with certainty for forthcoming elections.”
Background: Absentee ballot drop boxes were used widely during Wisconsin elections in 2020. The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) issued memos to Wisconsin clerks in March and August of 2020 encouraging their use, stating that absentee ballots do not need to be mailed by the voter or delivered by the voter, in person, to the municipal clerk, but instead could be dropped into a drop box. According to WEC, ballot drop boxes can be unstaffed, temporary, or permanent.