Wisconsin: Group looking to recall Evers says they’ve met the minimum number of required petition signatures

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – An effort to recall Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers regarding his handling of the COVID-19, as well as the riots in Kenosha, might be moving forward.

The petition drive to recall Governor Evers, which has been going on during the presidential campaign season, has quietly gained some momentum.

Petition organizers tell Action 2 News they have already collected the minimum number of signatures ahead of next week’s deadline. However, a report by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel states a recall organizer has suggested in Facebook posts that she is misleading various news outlets.

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According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Misty Polewczynski wrote “I’m going to do an interview this afternoon and will probably make up some crap to tell them” in an exchange on Facebook about who should run against Evers. The report also states Polewczynski was convicted of forgery, writing a worthless check and bail jumping 15 years ago, and launched the recall effort in August. CLICK HERE to view that article.

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If there are enough signatures, and they are all verified, we’re now learning how this could play out if the signatures on the petition are verified.