Tag Archive for joanne kloppenburg

No data will be destroyed in statewide election recount. Hand recount in 31 counties in Wisconsin where voting machines are too old to back up data.

Despite combative talk from Prosser and his attorneys, yesterday both sides sat down with Judge Neiss to find a plan pleasing to all that enables a statewide recount of the Wisconsin Supreme Court race. I’m relieved that all election data from April 5 will be preserved. Where technology allows for a backup of original data, an more »

Joanne Kloppenburg files for a statewide Wisconsin Supreme Court election recount calling it “appropriate” and “necessary”. I agree.

“I’ve asked for a recount to determine what the right count is, and also to preserve confidence in the electoral process” About 10 minutes ago a press conference concluded. Joanne Kloppenburg has filed for a statewide recount of the April 5 Wisconsin Supreme Court election. from The Brad Blog: “I’ve asked for a recount to more »

7,582 Prosser Votes Discovered in Waukesha County. Clerk Kathy Nickolaus blames human error. My notes from the press conference.

I just watched TMJ4 on the internet to hear/watch a press conference delivered by the Waukesha County clerk. County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus delivered a press conference at approx. 5:30PM today 4/6/11. David Prosser gained 7,582 votes in Waukesha County, according to a summary statement from the board of canvassers. Canvassers around the state were updating more »

Grab bag of Wisconsin Solidarity, News, and Views

Wisconsin Act 10 Stalls Today 3/31 Judge Maryann  Sumi ordered that the law “has not been published within the meaning” of Wisconsin law and “is therefore not in effect.”’ And following Huebsch said, “given the most recent court action we will suspend the implementation of it at this time. DOA will continue to abide by more »

Grab bag of solidarity, cooperatives, and the CLAP.

Madison housing cooperatives face threat. Mayor Dave? This Tuesday night March 29 at 6:30pm Alder Marsha Rummel will introduce a measure to prevent city zoning from removing “co-op friendly” provisions in city code [the agenda]. April 5th we have a mayoral election. Madison is home to at least 11 cooperative housing sites some of which more »