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The Vote Swings: Prosser now leading Kloppenberg

It was announced at 2:18 p.m. by the Journal Sentinel that Prosser now leads Kloppenberg by a total of 40 votes.

The folks over at Hot Air mentioned an interesting idea.  I’ll let you read it for yourselves….

See for yourself by comparing the official county results with the AP’s election night page. Combined, the two candidates picked up more than a thousand votes, which makes me wonder how often this race might seesaw as other officials re-canvass and update their numbers. I wish I had time to start poring through the clerk pages ofWisconsin’s counties to compare their results to the AP’s, but I’ll leave it to the Hot Air faithful to crowdsource that and report back.

Oh, the joys of the internet!  Hey, I’d like to get in this piece of activity.  I have an hour or two this afternoon that I can invest it in.  If I find anything I’ll just attach it to this thread.

Anyone else interested?

 

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  1. Quite a few conservatives are a little “peeved” that the WI Republicans haven’t already tackled voting reform here in WI.
    Also, some are questioning why conservative counties are reported their canvas totals while some lib strongholds are waiting. Hope there isn’t a replay of Franken in MN!
    If here is I hope that Walker and Van Hollen (State Attorney General) take some action if this occurs.

    • how many lib strongholds are still out, Wisco Dave? Is it enough to overcome 7k vote difference?

      Do they not have deadlines incorporated into canvassing laws? Or is this something that is left flexible depending on the population of the area?

      I need to check what our laws are in NC on this. I know the NCGA is in the process of putting new legislation into place. They might as well write this into it while they are at it, right?

    • 100% of precincts have reported. And most or all have reported their electronic recounts. What remains to the Democrats is to attempt to find 7000 ballots for Democrats in various boxes, trunks, storerooms, and closets of various teachers and other union thugs.

      I think they are toast.

  2. I pulled this from a Madison tv station website (https://www.channel3000.com/politics/27468832/detail.html)
    All 72 Wisconsin counties are canvassing results to make them official. They have until April 15 to submit those totals to the state for certification. The candidates then have three business days to ask for a recount. I don’t know if Dane County or Milwaukee County reported yet. These two counties combined gave Kloppenberg almost 115,000 more votes than Prosser. This might give you some ideas about original results: https://politisite.com/2011/04/06/wisconsin-state-supreme-court-election-results/

    [Sorry if I’m not doing this that well; all pretty new to me. Thanks for your patience!]

  1. Quite a few conservatives are a little “peeved” that the WI Republicans haven’t already tackled voting reform here in WI.
    Also, some are questioning why conservative counties are reported their canvas totals while some lib strongholds are waiting. Hope there isn’t a replay of Franken in MN!
    If here is I hope that Walker and Van Hollen (State Attorney General) take some action if this occurs.

    • how many lib strongholds are still out, Wisco Dave? Is it enough to overcome 7k vote difference?

      Do they not have deadlines incorporated into canvassing laws? Or is this something that is left flexible depending on the population of the area?

      I need to check what our laws are in NC on this. I know the NCGA is in the process of putting new legislation into place. They might as well write this into it while they are at it, right?

    • 100% of precincts have reported. And most or all have reported their electronic recounts. What remains to the Democrats is to attempt to find 7000 ballots for Democrats in various boxes, trunks, storerooms, and closets of various teachers and other union thugs.

      I think they are toast.

  2. I pulled this from a Madison tv station website (https://www.channel3000.com/politics/27468832/detail.html)
    All 72 Wisconsin counties are canvassing results to make them official. They have until April 15 to submit those totals to the state for certification. The candidates then have three business days to ask for a recount. I don’t know if Dane County or Milwaukee County reported yet. These two counties combined gave Kloppenberg almost 115,000 more votes than Prosser. This might give you some ideas about original results: https://politisite.com/2011/04/06/wisconsin-state-supreme-court-election-results/

    [Sorry if I’m not doing this that well; all pretty new to me. Thanks for your patience!]

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