Waukesha voting records already in the recycling bin

It seems that Nickolaus’ computer hasn’t been impounded.


Waukesha County Voting Records Already in the Recycling Bin
Submitted by zelda on Sat, 04/09/2011 – 20:02

Kloppenburg team begins review of Waukesha County voting records
By Mike Johnson of the Journal Sentinel

Waukesha – Representatives of JoAnne Kloppenburg’s campaign on Friday afternoon began examining election records at the Waukesha County Administration Center, trying to verify the 14,315 votes that the county clerk failed to count on Tuesday – votes that were revealed on Thursday and that upended the tight Supreme Court race and gave the lead to incumbent Supreme Court Justice David Prosser.

A top state elections official had been dispatched to Waukesha County, as well. Diane Lowe, the lead elections specialist for the Government Accountability Board’s Elections Division, was in Waukesha to review the clerk’s business processes and to verify the reported results in the Supreme Court race.

On Thursday, Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus said that she failed to save on her computer and then report 14,315 votes in the City of Brookfield, omitting them entirely in an unofficial total that she released after Tuesday’s election.

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