According to “The Dan O’Donnell Show,” county and city clerks and polling officers in Wisconsin may have illegally altered witness statements on thousands of mail-in ballots.
Wisconsin law states that a mail-in ballot must be signed by a witness, who must also indicate their address. If an address is not on the list, the ballot is considered invalid and must be returned to the voter for correction.
But O’Donnell claims sources told him the clerks and poll counters simply filled out the signatures themselves, potentially voiding thousands of ballots.
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman noted that the Wisconsin Election Commission issued a directive to clerks to fill out the witness’s address themselves, a flagrant violation of Wisconsin Statute 6.86 .
“The statute is very, very clear,” said Gableman, who worked as a poll observer in Milwaukee on polling day. “If a postal ballot paper does not include a witness address, it is not valid. This bulletin is not valid. “
“In contempt and in direct contradiction to the statute, the Wisconsin Election Commission gave advice – that is, cover – to the 72 county clerks and overturned the statute,” Gableman said.
“They said, ‘Well, we know the law says a postal vote without the witness’s address is invalid, but the county clerk, you have a duty to move forward. and look up the witness’s address yourself if there is no address on the postal ballot. “
The implications of this violation are notable given that Joe Biden would have won the state by around 20,000 votes – a margin of less than 1%.
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