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KY Election Officials Sentenced to 156 Years in Election Rigging Case


It is now officially impossible to know whether thousands of paper ballots being counted in the state of Wisconsin's Supreme Court election "recount" are the same ones actually cast on Election Day. It didn't have to be that way, unlike in Kentucky, where the voters never had a chance, and where high-ranking election officials have now been sentenced to more than 150 years in federal jail following "decades" of manipulated elections.

Thanks to serious chain of custody violations in Wisconsin --- such as ballot bags discovered to have been left "wide open" and unsealed in Waukesha County, and ballots left completely unsecured for weeks in the office of the Verona City Clerk in Dane County --- that now make it quite likely the real winner of the April 5th election for a 10-year term on the bench of that state's highest court will never be known for certain. That, even though thousands of votes have now been verified as having been miscounted during the state's partial hand-count, and even as the hotly-contested seat in question will determine the ideological balance of the court during one of the most contentious moments in Badger State history.

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Comment by Temper Bay
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 Lets see....156 years for screwing with elections...for them....but not a single hour for the Black Fairies that screwed with elections.   Guess that is what we get for putting the likes of Osama and Holder in Washington.

Comment by Ed Price
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This article is good! It should be published far and wide... especially in Wisconsin.

Maybe some of those Wisconsin red-necks in the northern and western 3 quadrants of the state will get up off their behinds, learn the law, and change things.

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