We knew the 2020 election would be one for the history books, but the attention it is still receiving months later has been unprecedented.
Lately we’ve witnessed states’ attempts to address voter fraud concerns from November as Maricopa County, Arizona, wraps up an election audit; Michigan residents took thousands of signed affidavits to state officials, citing voter fraud; and — let us not forget — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed the state’s controversial election integrity bill into law earlier this year.
Soon Wisconsin could have its turn in the spotlight.
Ex-Brown County Clerk Sandy Juno has stepped forward alleging that political activists working for a Mark Zuckerberg-funded group influenced the November election in Green Bay and other cities by “sidelining career experts and making last-minute changes that may have violated state law,”
The allegation comes from funding traceable to the “Zuckerberg-backed” Center for Tech and Civic Life, which the report states “poured millions of dollars into multiple key Wisconsin Democratic strongholds in the months leading up to last year’s presidential race, ostensibly in an effort to shore up voting systems and infrastructure amid the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic.”