Wisconsin Committee on Campaigns and Elections Demands Answers from Wisconsin Elections Commission on Who Had Access to Voter Rolls and Who Had Ability to Manipulate Them

by Jim Hoft


The Wisconsin State Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections has oversight authority over the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC), an executive branch agency. Last week the State Committee on Campaigns and Elections sent Meagan Wolfe, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Elections Commission a list of demands concerning the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin.

The Committee, led by State Rep. Janel Brandtjen is demanding information from the Wisconsin Elections Commission on who had access to the voter rolls in 2020 and who had the ability to manipulate the voter roles.

Formal Complaint Filed Against Green Bay Mayor for Turning 2020 Elections Over to Far Left Operative, Including Secret Access to Internet and Ballot Warehouse

 As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich gave the keys to the arena where ballots were stored before the the 2020 election to far left radical and former Facebook employee Michael Spitzer Rubenstein. We then reported that emails revealed that Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Wisconsin state lead for the National … Continue reading

The Wisconsin State Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections has oversight authority over the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC), an executive branch agency. Last week the State Committee on Campains and Elections sent Meagan Wolfe, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Elections Commission a list of demands concerning the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin.

The Committee, led by State Rep. Janel Brandtjen is demanding information from the Wisconsin Elections Commission on who had access to the voter rolls in 2020 and who had the ability to manipulate the voter roles.

We already know that a number of Wisconsin mayors turned over access to far left operatives, including secret access to the internet and ballot warehouse.

This is a huge development.

From the formal document request

Judge overturns Eatonville Florida election due to ‘illegal’ and Fraudulent votes

by Mike DeForest,


Council member to be ‘ousted’ from seat after opponent challenged election results

EATONVILLE, Fla. – More than 19 months after Tarus Mack was certified the winner of an Eatonville Town Council election, a judge has ordered Mack to be removed from his position due to evidence uncovered by his opponent suggesting votes were illegally cast or procured.

I was very ecstatic,” Marlin Daniels said, who learned this week he had prevailed in his lawsuit challenging the election results. “Immediately I said, ‘Let’s get to work.’ We have to fix things that have been going wrong in this historic town and make things right, not for me, but for the people.”

Days after a judge ruled Daniels was entitled to the Eatonville Town Council seat, Mack filed a motion asking for a new trial.

Neither Mack nor his attorney responded to phone calls and emails from News 6 seeking comment.

“There were both illegal votes as well as fraudulent votes cast in this election. And for those familiar with local politics, that was not a surprise,” said Daniels’s attorney, Christian W. Waugh. “Those votes have now been removed from the tally. And because of that, my client, Marlin Daniels, is now going to be a public servant for the Town of Eatonville.”

In March 2020, Eatonville voters went to the polls to decide whether Mack should retain his seat on the town council.

After the voting results were tallied, it appeared Daniels had defeated the incumbent by a single vote.

But following a recount by the Orange County Canvassing Board, court records show two previously uncounted votes were discovered, giving Mack a 269-to-268 vote victory.

Daniels filed a lawsuit in April 2020 contesting the election. Mack and the Orange County Canvassing Board were named as defendants.

Orange County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Weiss held a non-jury trial earlier this month, where several witnesses were called to testify.

One of them, William Sheketoff, said he had been living in a motel owned by former Eatonville mayor Anthony Grant.

Sheketoff, who was behind on his rent payments and at risk for eviction, claims Grant offered to drive him and another tenant to a polling location on election day and coerced them to vote for Mack, according to an affidavit.

“[Grant] gave both of us ‘sample ballots’ with Tarus Mack and [another candidate] highlighted in yellow stating, ‘This is who I would like you to vote for” and drove us to Town Hall,” said Sheketoff. “I realized that he expected me to vote for Tarus Mack… or I would be evicted.”

About a week after the election, Sheketoff said Grant locked him out of his room at the motel but did not initiate a formal eviction.

Grant declined to comment on the matter. When asked by a News 6 reporter if he denied Sheketoff’s allegations that he interfered in the election, Grant hung up the phone.


Arizona Candidate Katie Hobbs LOSES $2.75 Million Racial Discrimination Lawsuit and Likely Lead in Democrat Race for Governor


Hobbs had 42% of the vote and her closest rival, Marco Lopez, has 8% of the vote. But Hobbs’ good fortune began to change earlier this month after a federal jury awarded Taloyna Adams, a Democratic policy advisor for the state senate, $2.75 million.

The jury also found she was retaliated against because she questioned why she was earning less than others who did the same work.

Hobbs, who was the Senate Minority Leader at the time, testified in court saying Adams was fired for performance-related issues.

“This was Katie Hobbs’ decision,” Talonya Adams said in an interview. “I think she’s always been very uncomfortable with minorities. She seems wholly disconnected from people of color.”

Hobbs, who was subpoenaed to testify in the trial, said at the conclusion of her testimony last week that she wished she had been a “better ally” for Adams.

“I don’t need her to be my ally,” Adams said in the interview. “I need her not to discriminate against black people.

Hobbs previously demanded that Maricopa County spend $2.8 million dollars on new Dominion voting machines after the Arizona Senate conducted their audit. Hobbs complained about the waste of tax dollars this move would entail.

The machines should have never been used in the first place if they could not undergo a full forensic audit.

Now, Katie Hobbs has been proven a racist costing the state another $2.75 million.

Hobbs certified the corrupt results in Arizona in the 2020 Election and is a Soros-funded Secretary of State.  She must think she can count on a fraudulent election process to give her the governor’s race in Arizona.







More Fraud in New Jersey’s Election Uncovered – Voting Machines Would Not Allow Citizens to Vote for Republican Governor Candidate




Voting Machines Would Not Allow Citizens to Vote for Republican Governor Candidate

One video surfaced of an individual who is not able to choose the Republican candidate for governor.  The machine prevents this

A lady in New Jersey tried to vote for Jack Ciattarelli but the voting machine would not accept her vote .
Watch the video:

Republican Jack Ciattarelli never had a chance.  The Democrat fix was in and the Republicans were in Lala land.