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2021 Assembly Resolution 3

  1. Relating to: addressing election law violations.
  2. Whereas, in the United States, the power to govern is given by the people
  3. through the process of democratic elections. It is by this process that our government
  4. obtains legitimacy; and
  5. Whereas, we have three branches of government, and the legislative branch,
  6. consisting of duly elected representatives of the people, is the branch charged with
  7. the power to write the laws. It is through this process that our government maintains
  8. legitimacy; and
  9. Whereas, when the executive branch or administrative agencies charged with
  10. enforcing the laws instead choose to step outside of the law, or go beyond the law, or
  11. stretch the law to something other than what is written, the legitimacy of the
  12. government begins to erode; and
  13. Whereas, the 2020 election and the recount of the results of the presidential
  14. election have brought to light a number of areas in which the letter of the law is not
  1. being followed. Those circumstances of departure from the letter of the law include,
  2. but are not limited to, the following:
  3. 1. Clerks provided absentee ballots to electors without applications, as
  4. required by Wis. Stat. § 6.86.
  5. 2. Clerks and deputy clerks authorized by the municipal clerk failed to write
  6. on the official ballot, in the space for official endorsement, the clerk's initials and
  7. official title, as required by Wis. Stat. § 6.87 (1).
  8. 3. Clerks issued absentee ballots to electors who were required to enclose a copy
  9. of proof of identification or an authorized substitute document, but who failed to do
  10. so under Wis. Stat. § 6.87 (1).
  11. 4. Clerks failed to enter initials on ballot envelopes indicating whether the
  12. elector is exempt from providing proof of identification, as required by Wis. Stat. §
  13. 6.87 (2).
  14. 5. Clerks in Milwaukee and Dane Counties declared electors in their counties
  15. to be “indefinitely confined” under Wis. Stat. § 6.86 (2), causing chaos and confusion,
  16. and failed to keep current the mailing list established under that subsection; more
  17. than 215,000 electors thus avoided identification requirements and safeguards that
  18. the legislature has established.
  19. 6. Clerks and the boards of canvassers permitted absentee ballots returned
  20. without the required witness address under Wis. Stat. § 6.87 (2) to be counted in
  21. contravention of Wis. Stat. § 6.87 (6d).
  22. 7. Clerks who received absentee ballots with improperly completed certificates
  23. or no certificates filled in missing information in contravention of Wis. Stat. § 6.87
  24. (9).
  1. 8. The Wisconsin Elections Commission, in contravention of Wis. Stat. § 6.875,
  2. barred special voting deputies from entering qualified nursing homes and assisted
  3. living facilities, instead mailing ballots to residents directly, thereby avoiding
  4. safeguards the legislature put in place to protect our most vulnerable citizens and
  5. loved ones.
  6. 9. The clerk of the City of Madison ignored Wis. Stat. § 6.855 and created an
  7. event named “Democracy in the Park” and, of her own accord, designated alternate
  8. sites where absentee ballots could be collected; these ballots were counted in
  9. contravention of Wis. Stat. § 6.87 (6); and
  10. Whereas, without legitimacy, the government of the people, by the people, and
  11. for the people shall not stand. Instead, our government will devolve into a system
  12. of coercion and bribery that seeks to use the guise of elections to hold a degree of
  13. credibility; and
  14. Whereas, the people of Wisconsin are demanding that the legislature address
  15. questions of legitimacy; now, therefore, be it
  16. Resolved by the assembly, That: the Wisconsin State Assembly recognizes
  17. that the most important function for a government is to conduct fair and honest
  18. elections that follow the duly enacted law; and, be it further
  19. Resolved, That when there are significant portions of the population that
  20. question the integrity of the elections due to the failure of election officials to follow
  21. the letter of the law, it is incumbent upon the legislature to address the issues that
  22. are in question; and, be it further
  23. Resolved, That the members of the Wisconsin State Assembly place the
  24. redress to these and other election law violations and failed administrative
  1. procedures as its highest priority and shall take up legislation crafted to ensure civil
  2. officers follow the laws as written.

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Submitted Election Integrity Reports

Submitted 07/28/2021

I was sitting right behind the counting machine and early afternoon the machine had a glitch and all the ballots went flying. Supposedly they reset the machine but I didn’t see anyone overseeing that ... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

I served as a recount observer in Milwaukee for four days, November 20 ,21, 22 ,and the 23rd. Sunday I was assigned to observe wards in the city of Milwaukee. I observed two ballot envelopes that had ... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

When I first heard the radio ads for the City of Madison “Democracy in the Parks” events, being a Conservative I actually thought it was a parody. I have yet to hear a logical explanation on how their... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

On Oct. 27 while poll watching, I observed one woman bring in 6 absentee ballots in envelopes and watched a poll worker write something (presumably the name and/or street address for the person who ha... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

The Nov. 3rd presidential election 2020 my fiancé and I voted in person, early, at City Hall in Elkhorn. When we checked the myvote site out it said we voted by absentee ballot at the Elkhorn National... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

I voted at the poll 11-3-2020. I witnessed the poll worker herding people away from one of the two scanners we were to scan our ballots through. I went to the scanner with no line, and it worked perfe... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

On November 3, 2020, my wife and I were Poll Observers in Milwaukee we observed the following: After a Poll Worker registered a new voter, she told the voter to vote for the President beginning with ... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

After that task was complete, the poll workers at Table 54 were given another clear packet of ballots to process and told by the supervisor:  “Just make sure these are all from Ward 15”.  I asked how ... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

A gentleman who voted absentee then passed away prior to Election Day (after sending his ballot). The constituent says that it shows his ballot as being counted online (through myvote.wi.gov), despite... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

I also contacted Rep. ***** but I'm reaching out to you as chairman of the Campaigns and Elections Committee. I have been on the phone all week with various lawyers about what I saw at our polling pla... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

I received your email address from my friend ***** ****. I saved these photos which were posted on either Nextdoor (the neighborhood app), or Twitter from Democracy in the park collection sites.  I di... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

My wife and I would like to report Election Law violations in Eau Claire during the 2020 Presidential election. On multiple occasions during the 2020 Presidential election, my wife and I observed unma... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

I have a voter who is a resident of Chicago.  Address is ***** Division Street, Chicago, IL.  Her Facebook page has her residence posted as being in Chicago. She requested an absentee ballot through M... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

I checked myvotewigov and it indicates that I submitted a request for an Absentee ballot on 21OT20, it was approved on 21OCT20, absentee ballot prepared on 21OCT20, absentee ballot sent on 21OCT20 and... Read More

Submitted 07/28/2021

I am reporting to you that L*** ****k O**** used my address to vote in at least the last two elections. He does not live here! I was told by the Waukesha county clerk that he has been voting absentee ... Read More