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All posts were written by Ron Heuer unless otherwise noted.

December 23, 2021MERRY CHRISTMAS!

I get the feeling that we are over the target!

Over the past year plus we have delved into the 2020 election results following the threads of how the 2020 election was influenced. We first focused on the Zuckerbucks, how they were funneled through CTCL into the WI-5 cities where, subsequently they were used illegally to fund GOTV (Get Out the Vote) campaigns directed to the black and brown communities.

Following the CTCL investigation we moved to WEC (Wisconsin Election Commission) and guess what? We found issue after issue where this commission operated outside the law bending and making rules that favored the left.

Most recently, we have been investigating the Nursing Home Voting Elder Abuse and are finding gross misconduct regarding the elections. We’ve found case after case where residents, who have voted, who do not have the mental capacity to do so.  In the 2020 election, WEC made an unlawful decision to not send out the Special Voting Deputies because of the Covid pandemic. What we are finding though is it appears to have been going on for years. I will be writing an entire series of articles on the Nursing Home Voting Elder Abuse in the following weeks. This is a very explosive story, and it is unconscionable how some of the elders have been abused in this regard.

As we have been progressing on our investigations, we began to focus on the WI Election statute § 12.11  regarding what constitutes election bribery. Attorney Erick Kaardal and his colleagues looked at the laws surrounding the issue of election bribery and Erick presented their findings to the Assembly Committee on Elections and Campaigns headed by Committee Chair Janel Brandtjen.

Here is where it gets interesting! This cannot be coincidental. Kaardal’s presentation was on Wednesday, December 8th and he presented for about one hour. The following Monday, December 13, the Senate Campaign and Elections Committee held a press conference headed up by Senator Kathy Bernier a Republican. At that presser with her were Attorney Bob Bauer a former White House Counsel under Obama, and Attorney Ben Ginsberg, who for the past 38 years, has represented Republican candidates and candidate committees. But the most interesting and most talkative was, none other than David Becker, the founder of, and now Executive Director, of CEIR (Center for Election Innovation and Research).

A little background on CEIR. CEIR was founded in 2017 by Becker a Berkley Law Degreed graduate. His entire budget in 2017 was $278K. In August of 2020, CEIR received $69.5 million from Zuckerberg and Chan. Yes, the same Zuckerberg and Chan team that kicked $10.3 million into the state of Wisconsin to influence the outcome of the 2020 election. CEIR spent $64 million of their Zuckerbucks in 2020 with Arizona receiving $48 million, Georgia receiving $5.6 million. Of the spend in those two states, 85% of the CEIR money funded paid media, 11% went to direct mail campaigns and 4% to other activities.

The purpose of the CEIR / Sen Bernier press release was to inform the world that CEIR (armed with Zuckerberg money) was, to announce, that CEIR was now funding a defense budget for clerks and public officials who are being pursued for mismanaging elections in our state.


But the story does not end there, as on Wednesday, December 15th it was announced that Zuckerberg himself has hired a top-tier elections law and government ethics D.C. Attorney by the name of Michael Toner. Allegedly, Toner was hired to help Zuckerberg with the Center for Tech and Civic Affairs matters. Stay tuned.

November 22, 2021

Is it possible that the WSVP (Wisconsin Safe Voting Plan) Constitutes Election Bribery?
I’d like to hear your opinion on this topic, and encourage your thoughts and feedback concerning this subject. I am not a lawyer. I have, however, been buried in this subject for sometime and have drawn some conclusions.

During the 2020 election cycle, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, husband wife duo, committed about $400 million to defeating Trump.  They utilized a couple of 501 C 3 organizations to funnel the money from them to municipalities and counties across America.  CTCL (Center for Tech and Civic Life) was the 501 C 3 that was used to move a total of $10.2 million into Wisconsin with $8.8 million going to the WI-5 cities of Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Kenosha and Racine.  This money was ostensibly to be used to provide “safe and secure” elections whilst we were in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Wisconsin Voter Alliance, with the help of Thomas More Society attorneys, and others have uncovered ample evidence that indeed, the majority of the $8.8 million was used on a very sophisticated GOTV (Get Out the Vote) campaign that was directly targeted to the minority communities in the WI-5 cities.

Read this carefully now.  This all began when CTCL contacted the mayor of Racine and gave the mayor $100,000 to use to bring the other four cities into the scheme.  Mayor Cory Mason, clever chap that he is, induced the other mayors to join by giving them each $10,000. Now if you’re following the math, that left Mason with $60,000 of the $100,000. Good deal for him no doubt.

Now all WI-5 mayors are in the game with CTCL and CTCL requested each of them to complete worksheets for their “grant money” compliments of the Zuckerberg’s.  They all submitted their worksheets and then received their WSVP (Wisconsin Safe Voting Plans).  Collectively, the cities received $8.8 million, but they had to agree to sign the WSVP, a document you can view here, a document that had CONDITIONS AND CLAWBACK CLAUSES whereby, if you Mr./Ms. Mayor do not run your election in accordance with the WSVP you have to pay the money back.    See Wisconsin Safe Voting Plan

Wisconsin Statutes § 12.11 Prohibits “Election Bribery” as defined in statute and § 12.11 defines certain conduct as “election bribery”.  View full Wisconsin Statute 12.11

The statute states...
(a) Offers, gives, lends or promises to give or lend, or endeavors to procure, anything of value, or any office or employment or any privilege or immunity to, or for, any elector, or to or for any other person, in order to induce any elector to:

  1. Go to or refrain from going to the polls.
  2. Vote or refrain from voting.
  3. Vote or refrain from voting for or against a particular person.
  4. Vote or refrain from voting for or against a particular referendum; or on account of any elector having done any of the above.

(b) Receives, agrees or contracts to receive or accept any money, gift, loan, valuable consideration, office or employment personally or for any other person, in consideration that the person or any elector will, so act or has so acted.

(c) Advances, pays or causes to be paid any money to or for the use of any person with the intent that such money or any part thereof will be used to bribe electors at any election.

(2) This section applies to any convention or meeting held for the purpose of nominating any candidate for any election, and to the signing of any nomination paper.

(3) (a) This section does not prohibit a candidate from publicly stating his or her preference for or support of any other candidate for any office to be voted for at the same election. A candidate for an office in which the person elected is charged with the duty of participating in the election or nomination of any person as a candidate for office is not prohibited from publicly stating or pledging his or her preference for or support of any person for such office or nomination.

(b) This section does not apply to money paid or agreed to be paid for or on account of authorized legal expenses which were legitimately incurred at or concerning any election.

(c) This section does not apply where an employer agrees that all or part of election day be given to its employees as a paid holiday, provided that such policy is made uniformly applicable to all similarly situated employees.

(d) This section does not prohibit any person from using his or her own vehicle to transport electors to or from the polls without charge.

(e) This section does not apply to any promise by a candidate to reduce public expenditures or taxes.

History: 1973 c. 3341975 c. 931983 a. 4841991 a. 3161993 a. 213.

There are constitutional limits on the state’s power to prohibit candidates from making promises in the course of an election campaign. Some promises are universally acknowledged as legitimate, indeed indispensable to decision making in a democracy. Brown v. Hartlage, 456 U.S. 45 (1982).

So, now, put your mind to work, give me your feedback. Here are a couple questions that might stimulate your thought.

  • Could it be that this entire CTCL, WSVP scheme be considered a form of bribery?
  • If so, wouldn’t that get interesting?
  • Do you think any individual or party or parties benefit directly from this money?
  • Do you think any individual or party or parties benefit indirectly from this money?
  • If they benefited, how?

November 19, 2021

Another win today! Circuit Court Judge Faye M. Flancher ruled in our favor compelling the Mayor of Racine, Cory Mason to comply with our FOIA requests. We had filed a joint petition against the city of Racine on August 27th as they were not responding to our FOIA requests. Today, Judge Flancher ruled in our favor giving Racine 14 days to comply and provide us the documents we are entitled to have.
August 27th Petition
Circuit Judge Flancher’s Order, Nov 19th

One other order of business. Yesterday evening Attorney Erick Kaardal appeared on OAN and hit a homerun on the “elder abuse” issue that we are now investigating.
Here it is Erick Kaardal’s OAN Interview of November 18th

November 18, 2021

As many of you know, the WVA works with Attorney Erick Kaardal of the Thomas More Society to file our suits. Over the past couple of weeks we have been focusing on the elderly abuse that occurred in nursing homes across the state. We are finding a real scheme was in place to harvest ballots of the elderly who do not have the mental capability to vote. Erick Kaardal was on the Real Joe Show this morning. Listen to this segment for a good update!

October 29, 2021

These WEC Commissioners do not have a backbone to stand up and accept responsibility for what they have done. Pitiful group of people.

Five of six Wisconsin Election Commissioners (WEC) issued a press statement denying wrongdoing in its nursing home policies.  Commissioner Bob Spindell did not join.  He had previously pointed out at Commission meetings that WEC’s nursing home policies violated state law.

WEC: Statement from commissioners regarding Racine County Sheriff’s Department press conference

MADISON – The undersigned commissioners who serve on the bipartisan Wisconsin Elections Commission stated their opposition to, and strenuous disagreement with the allegations made Thursday in a press conference orchestrated by the Racine County Sheriff’s Department.

“To put it simply, we did not break the law,” said Commission Chair Ann Jacobs, an attorney from Milwaukee. “In fact, without action from the Commission, many residents in Wisconsin care facilities could have and would have been disenfranchised and not able to vote in the 2020 elections.”

In the case of nursing homes and other care facilities, statutes state that Special Voting Deputies (SVDs), and election observers, are to be sent to some facilities to allow for in-person voting for residents. Not every care facility utilizes the SVD process.  For those that do, during the COVID-19 pandemic, only “essential workers” were allowed into nursing homes as part of the required quarantine for residents.

Statutes call for two attempted visits by SVDs to a facility after a 5-day notice period. If the SVDs are not allowed access, then absentee ballots are sent to those residents. Residents complete those ballots in the same manner as other absentee ballot voters.  The timeline for these visits, and the sending and return of absentee ballots, all must occur in the 22 days immediately before an election.  In 2020, the U.S. Postal Service advised that clerks should plan for 13 days to send a ballot and have it mailed back to them in time to be counted on Election Day.

In a thoughtful, public, and hours-long discussion at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, commissioners acted in a bipartisan fashion to preserve the right to vote by ensuring ballots were sent to care facility voters in time for the ballots to be mailed and returned.

“We knew that for the protection of residents, only essential workers (which did not include SVDs) were being allowed into facilities across the state,” Commissioner Julie Glancey said. “As such, we knew it was essential to preserve the right to vote for those residents, so rather than require the absurdity of sending SVDs to knock on a locked door, we pivoted to the absentee voting process.”

Among the allegations made by the Racine County Sheriff was that a resident deemed incompetent by a court and not permitted to vote was persuaded into voting by nursing home staff members and perhaps taken advantage of in that process.

“The Commission finds it horrifying and offensive if that sort of thing happened in Racine, or anywhere in Wisconsin,” Commissioner Dean Knudson said. “Nobody should ever be coerced or otherwise influenced as part of exercising their right to vote. We would encourage and expect the full force of the law to investigate that situation and prosecute any identified offenders.”

The Commission believes district attorneys and other law enforcement are the proper authorities to investigate and charge in such instances. Such criminal allegations are outside the jurisdiction of the WEC, whose role is to guide local election officials.

However, it must be stressed that an individual’s voting right can be restricted only by an incompetency order from a judge, not a friend, family member or even a doctor. “The statutes are very clear on this,” Jacobs said.

Further, she explained, once the ballots were issued as part of the absentee process, the rules surrounding assistance for a voter are different than they are for someone utilizing a Special Voting Deputy. An absentee voter can, in fact, receive some measure of help in completing their ballot, as outlined in statutes.

Commissioner Marge Bostelmann pointed out that the Commission consulted with advocates for the aging and disabled communities in addressing the challenge of nursing home voting during the pandemic.  The Commission reconsidered its guidance at each statewide election in 2020 and adjusted its guidance based upon the most up-to-date information available to it.

“If we had waited for two unsuccessful attempts by SVDs to enter nursing homes, we would have been in danger of missing the deadline to get their votes collected and counted,” Commissioner Mark Thomsen said. “Our goal was to allow as many eligible voters as possible to participate in the election.”

While the WEC has embraced virtual SVDs as a possible solution to providing nursing home residents with voting assistance, not all facilities have the necessary equipment or training to allow for digital assistance.  Additionally, it is unclear how a digital process would work with the rights of observers.   The WEC is an agency that can’t make demands on private facilities to purchase technology. Nor does the WEC have control over the individual staff members who work in nursing homes.

Moving forward, the Commission reiterates its commitment to protect a person’s right to vote.  In order to guarantee that right in 2020, while facing an unparalleled pandemic, the Commission exercised its best judgment, in consultation with experts and stakeholders, and issued its guidance.  The Commission will continue to advocate for the rights of Wisconsinites to exercise their precious, constitutional right to vote.

Chair Ann S. Jacobs
Commissioner Marge Bostelmann
Commissioner Julie Glancey
Commissioner Dean Knudson
Commissioner Mark Thomsen

October 28, 2021

Racine County Sheriff’s Investigation Results in Referral Against WEC to District Attorney by erickkaardal | Oct 28, 2021 | Firm News

At a press conference today, the Racine County Sheriff announced the results of a criminal investigation.  Since there was evidence relating to the Wisconsin Elections Commission directing municipal clerks to “break the law” by not sending “special voting deputies” into nursing home facilities–but letting staff handle the ballots instead–the Sheriff is referring the criminal matter against WEC to the Racine County District Attorney. The link to the press conference is on Facebook here:

October 24, 2020

Legislative Audit Bureau Report (LAB)

Follow the link below for the LAB 2020 report. They have, in my opinion, done an exemplary job in investigating the entire election process, and have made some glaring discoveries in the overall election process.

This investigation focused on the overall procedures of the election and the 168 page report uncovered many issues with the way Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) managed the election. Further, they make many recommendations as to what procedures need to be changed or amended to make our Wisconsin elections more secure and accurate.

I think, if you read this report (or just the appendices) you will agree WEC is failing us. So, who does WEC report to? They report to the Legislature. So, in effect, isn’t the Legislature failing us? Rep. Janel Brandtjen’s Campaign and Elections Committee has their work cut out for them. Fixing all the issues contained in this report will take a ton of their time. Let’s hope they do just that, and, oh, BTW, once they legislate the fixes, they go back and ensure the changes are actually being enacted and rules followed.

Guess what was issues are never mentioned in the entire report? Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) and Zuckerberg and FIDO Keys. In fairness, that wasn’t the focus of their investigation. They were investigating the systems and procedures and did a good job on that.

Legislative Audit Bureau 2020 Election Report

October 19, 2021

Crooked Clerk Provides Access to WisVote

As you know, the WVA has been on point since last September in pursuing the WI-5 (Milwaukee, Green Bay, Racine, Madison and Kenosha) mayors, their staffs and Wisconsin Election Commission.  We understood from the beginning that it was not a good thing to have billionaires controlling our elections by running a GOTV (Get Out the Vote) campaign targeted only towards the “historically disenfranchised residents”.

Over the past year, we have been collecting evidence from all sources we could find. Recently we were provided an email that confirmed what weuspected for almost a year, that being, clerks in the WI-5 cities were providing WisVote ILLEGAL ACCESS to Democratic operatives who were busy with ballot harvesting operations.

The article below, written by Matt Kittle of Empower Wisconsin does a great job in describing our latest find.

To have an understanding of how these WI-5 clerks were able to cheat, One has to understand how the WiVote system works and how access is provided to the system.  We’ve spent a lot of time understanding that and following I explain how access was given to these Democratic operatives.

There are 4 levels of access permitted by WEC to the WisVote system.  They are; Clerk, Data Entry, WEDC, and Read Only. The municipalities 98% of the time only use the Clerk and Data Entry levels of entry. BTW, WEDC level is for the system administrators.

To have access to WisVote, a user must have four items
A computer with a FIDO recognition applet, Username, Password and a FIDO Key

We have found WEC’s security with regard to the number of FIDO Keys issued to be somewhat lax.  Some counties were issued more than a dozen FIDO keys when they used only two or four.  Further, a list of FIDO key users provided by WEC in a recent FOIA request revealed a list that is not current.  We have submitted an additional FOIA to WEC for more information on current FIDO Key inventory issues.

All a crooked clerk had to do was provide a Democratic operative the computer with an applet along with username, password and FIDO Key.  That operative could then go about the business of registering voters, and even vote.

If you have access to WisVote you can see who has already voted and you can see eligible voters in a neighborhood. Now, let’s just take this to the next step. The crooked clerk provides access to the system, a stack of absentee ballot envelopes, a stack of absentee ballots.  Now the operative can drill right down to people in a neighborhood who haven’t voted, complete absentee registration, complete an absentee ballot, act as the witness and deposit the ballot in one of the handy drop boxes that were scattered in the neighborhood. Actually quite simple.  All you need is a crooked clerk!


Ron Heuer, President, WVA

October 19, 2021


By M.D. Kittle

MADISON — New emails show “damning” evidence of coordination to break Wisconsin election law by Mark Zuckerberg-funded liberal activist groups and the “WI-5” cities swept up in a presidential election scandal, according to an attorney representing Wisconsin voters in election integrity complaints.

Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, long-time Democratic Party operative who was embedded in the election administration of Wisconsin’s largest and Democrat-heavy cities, worked with Racine’s city clerk on a “ballot tracking system,” according to the emails obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight.

Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Wisconsin lead for the liberal activist Vote at Home Institute, also sought “unauthorized” voter data from WisVote, the statewide election management and voter registration system.

That’s a clear violation of Wisconsin election law, said Erick Kaardal, attorney for the Wisconsin Voter Alliance, which is representing several plaintiffs in election complaints against Racine, Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, and Kenosha — the “WI-5” cities.

“The statewide voters registration system, administered by the Wisconsin Elections Commission, is backed by many different security measures. There are four levels of certification for authorized users,” he said. “This is evidence of access of an unauthorized use by an unauthorized user.”

WEC’s manual includes strict security policies on access. The information ultimately is public, but only when WEC releases it, Kaardal said.

“Trying to get this data in real time gives an advantage” to liberal activists working to help bring out the vote for Joe Biden and other liberal candidates, the attorney said.

On Oct. 20, 2020, just two weeks before the hotly contested election between Republican incumbent President Donald Trump and Democrat candidate Joe Biden, Spitzer-Rubenstein sent an email to Racine City Clerk Tara Coolidge and Assistant Clerk Amber Pfeiffer. The email, with the subject line “Tracking App + Map Follow-ups,” asked Racine’s top election officials for help with the “ballot tracking system.”

“Hi Tara and Amber, it was great to meet you in person yesterday and we should soon be good to go with the full ballot tracking system. Do you want to plan to speak Friday or Monday to go over how to use it and make sure you’re all set?” Spitzer-Rubenstein wrote.

The email takes the former New York Democratic Party operative’s questionable involvement in Wisconsin’s elections to a new level, beyond his work “curing” or correcting absentee ballots or his concerning access to ballots and election networks on Election Day.

In the email, Spitzer-Rubenstein then notes that he was able to “download the ward shapefile,” a voter data format for geographic information system (GIS) software. The systems are used to target specific voters in get-out-the-vote campaigns. In this case, Democratic voters.

“And then, for the map, I was able to download the ward shapefile, so all I’ll need from you is the data from WisVote,” Spitzer-Rubenstein wrote. “There are two ways to do this: “1. You can run counts by ward for active voters, absentee ballot application and ballots returned. 2. You can download the full list of active voters and absentee voters with ward/district combo and ballot status reason for the absentee applications… and I can process everything so you won’t need to.”

The emails do not include a response from the Racine elections officials.

The Wisconsin Voter Alliance and other election integrity groups allege WEC and the five cities violated state and federal election laws by allowing the Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) to infiltrate and usurp election administration. CTCL received hundreds of millions of dollars in donations from Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan, money it generously poured on Democrat-controlled cities in battleground states to administer “safe and secure” elections.

Emails and other documents show more than a dozen liberal activist nonprofits involved in everything from printing election manuals to mining data to target traditionally Democratic voters. Such voter attraction efforts are not the legal domain of local election officers.

Another newly obtained email also points to another Facebook connection in the liberal voter activists’  tech efforts.

“We’re going to bring in Ari Steinberg at U.S. Digital Response from U.S. Digital Response (another CTCL technical assistance partner) to help with some of the technology needs we might run into, so he’ll be on the call,” states a Sept. 19, 2020 email to Racine’s Coolidge. Steinberg appears to have been tapped to develop the vote tracking app for Racine’s municipal clerks.

Steinberg is a former Facebook engineer. He told The Information he designed the app during his spare time after taking a leave of absence as engineering director at Airbnb. He was hoping to have a “positive impact on the election” with his app that would allow people to check whether they or other people they know in Pennsylvania had their votes counted.

“After almost two weeks of holding up the release of the app, called Drive Turnout, Apple on Thursday told the developer behind it, Ari Steinberg, that the app violates the company’s privacy rules and that Apple won’t release it,” the publication reported last year.

“Google—which operates the other major mobile platform, Android—approved Steinberg’s app within a day of its submission.”

The story included Apple’s rejection notice to Steinberg.

“Apps that compile personal information from any source that is not directly from the user or without the user’s explicit consent, even public databases, are not permitted on the App Store,” the guideline read,” the tech giant stated.

According to the mobile app website, Drive Turnout clearly was designed to make an impact in battleground states.

“Drive Turnout empowers you to make a difference this election. Even if you don’t live in a swing state, chances are, you probably know some people who do. We’ll help you find those people and make sure that their votes count.”

In his six years at Facebook, “Ari Steinberg sired the Platform, ran the news feed, and started the Seattle engineering office,” according to TechCrunch.

October 14, 2021

WE ARE RATHER PROUD that Mollie Hemmingway’s recently published book “Rigged” aligns with what we have been claiming for over a year now that the WI-5 mayors and their staffs were running an illegal GOTV campaign using Zuckerberg money directed toward the minority community which ultimately generated votes for Biden. And with everyday that passes, we are finding more and more evidence that, not only were they running this illegal GOTV campaign, but clerks enabled left-leaning operatives to have access to the WEC WisVote system.

With a minimum of training (a hour or so), someone with access to WisVote could register voters, have access to poll books and all information to run an election. To gain access to the system, a user must have a username and password, a FIDO key, and an applet downloaded to the machine they are using to access the database. There are four levels of entry to WisVote, Clerk, Data Entry, WEDC Entry and Read Only entry. If you have a crooked clerk, providing absentee ballots, envelopes and access, a nefarious actor could actually go out, register a voter, help the person vote and act as the witness for the voter. Based on information we have collected thus far, we believe that is exactly what was happening. These actors would then deposit the vote in one of the handily placed ballot drop boxes that Zuckerberg paid for.

Many people have been asking questions concerning our investigation, what do we have and how does what we have prove civil laws were broken and how. Erick Kaardal our very capable attorney has produced this document for us that might help you understand what the WVA is focused on. Wisconsin 5 Cities Investigation into Privately-Funded GOTV

October 2, 2021


If you haven’t seen the news, on Thursday, the leader of the assembly signed a series of subpoenas for the Gableman led investigation.  From the perspective of the WVA, these subpoenas were on target going after the WI -5 cities who were in the game with CTCL (Center for Tech and Civic Life) who represented the Zuckerbucks.

The subpoenas were issued to the clerks of these five cities; Milwaukee, Kenosha, Racine, Madison and Green Bay to appear for depositions with the Gableman team.  Our research shows these clerks were complicit in both developing the Wisconsin Safe Voting Plan and the execution of that plan, a plan that in many instances operated outside the law.  I can only surmise that their involvement will play a major part in their depositions.

Based on our research, if I were one of the mayors or legal counsels in these cities, I may begin to believe I might be next in line to receive a subpoena.  The Wisconsin Safe Voting Plan that CTCL held over these cities who collectively received $8.8 million to run the Nov 3 election under the disguise of “running a safe election during a pandemic”.  Oh, BTW, we cannot find one record or note where a nurse or doctor was employed with this money to advise anyone on what would be safe.

Keep your antenna up, I think the Gableman investigation has just begun!

September 18, 2021

Our deep dive into the malfeasance by CTCL funded with Zuckerberg money showed us how well the WI-5 mayors of Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee and Madison planned and pulled off a Biden win in the Nov 2020 election. The Wisconsin Safe Voting Plan (WSVP) is an extremely important document, as each of the WI-5 cities executed this document with CTCL. What is even more interesting is how this document was actually constructed.

After the WI-5 cities were recruited and brought into the fold, the mayors and their staff were required to fill out what CTCL referred to as “grant worksheets”. Much of the content that ended up in the WSVP came from these worksheets. We have copies of several of these worksheets and the information on those sheets is quite damning, in as much as the cities were planning and budgeting their GET OUT THE VOTE campaigns in each of their cities that directly targeted the “traditionally underserved areas” black and brown communities and other minority communities like Hmong and Somalis.

Keep in mind, GOTV activities are not to be conducted by cities, but rather candidates, political parties and campaigns. What they did was flat out illegal and racist! Let me give you an example. One of the cities wrote; “we will provide caravans to transport blacks, elderly and disabled to the polls” Isn’t that racist? So, imagine this, a caravan passing up a Hispanic or white person who might need a ride to the polls. These mayors are out of control, no question about that.

I would suggest you read this document carefully and you will quickly see how intrusive CTCL and their operatives were in running the elections in the 5 largest cities in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Safe Voting Plan

August 27, 2021

Racine City Hall Operations

From the very beginning of our WVA investigations on the Zuckerbucks scandal we found information that pointed to Racine City Hall.  Mayor Mason and Vicky Selkowe who is Racine’s Manager of Strategic Initiatives and Community Partnerships, played a key role in forging the deal between Zuckerberg/CTCL and what we now call the WI-5 cities.

From the emails we obtained early on, we saw documents that detailed how Vicky Selkowe was the Center for Tech and Civic Life (otherwise known as CTCL) go-to person in bringing in the WI-5 cities.  We had in our possession, documents which indicated there were other documents that the City of Racine had that they were not providing to us.  We simply want the Mayor of Racine and Vicky Selkowe to comply with the law and provide us with the information they are withholding.

It is my hope that after we win our case against the WI-5 and WEC that people remember this day and hold both Mayor Mason and Vicky Selkowe responsible for their role in the 2020 election and how they operated outside the law in that regard.

Here is the recording of the Video of Racine Press Confernce August 26, 2021 and here is a copy of the actual complaint we filed in Racine Racine August 25 Complaint FOIA

August 19, 2021

Another deadline met! Thanks to fast action by all the five cities plaintiffs and Attorney Kaardal and his staff, we filed our responses to Wisconsin Elections Commission request that we file in each individual city rather than one filing. See the individual filings under documents.

August 18, Billionaires are not Just Stealing Elections

Amistad and the WVA recognized very early that Billionaires were making their move to solidify their grip on our wonderful country. In Oct 2020, the WVA filed an injunction to stop the flow of the Zuckerberg money.  That was our first litigation in the battle to stop the billionaires.

The Zuckerberg’s were not only focused on stealing the election from Trump by controlling the elections in the WI-5 cities with their operatives embedded in running the elections, they were also positioning themselves to be able to control the immigration policies in our country.  These power-hungry people won’t stop, and it is imperative that each of us really take the time to understand the long-term ramifications of their control if we allow them to succeed.

This article from the Daily Signal, a multimedia arm of the Heritage Foundation, lays out how Zuckerberg and Soros worked in tandem. I have copied excerpts from that article.  Fred Lucas who wrote this article is chief national affairs correspondent for The Daily Signal.

EXCLUSIVE: Pro-Amnesty Groups Supplied These 5 Players on Biden’s Immigration Team

Pro-amnesty nonprofits bankrolled in part by billionaires such as George Soros and Mark Zuckerberg were farm teams for five officials who now run the Biden administration’s immigration policy,

In some cases, Biden administration officials were senior staff at those nonprofits, in others they did consulting work for groups advocating a “pathway to citizenship” for illegal immigrants such as America’s Voice and FWD.US, according to White House financial disclosure forms and other public sources.

One key example: Julie Chavez Rodriguez, director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. Rodriguez previously worked on policy for FWD.US, an organization that wants less restrictive immigration.

FWD.US got a three-year, $100 million grant earlier this year from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, an advocacy group run by Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, and his wife Priscilla Chan.  (These are the people that spent nearly $9 M in Wisconsin to successfully affect the Presidential election) Since 2018, the Zuckerberg group has given millions of dollars in grants to FWD.US, including $25 million in 2019.

Another example on the Biden immigration policy team is Ur Jaddou, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, who comes directly from America’s Voice. The Senate confirmed Jaddou’s nomination two weeks ago.

From 2016 to 2019, the Soros-backed Open Society Foundations granted America’s Voice $2.64 million for immigration-related policy action and education, as well as for “general support.”

Before going to the White House as director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, which works with state, local, and tribal governments, Rodriguez was a consultant on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA,  for FWD.US from March to June 2020. She was paid $15,000, according to her financial disclosure form.

Rodriguez is a granddaughter of Cesar Chavez, an iconic advocate and leader for itinerant farm workers who actually favored policies to restrict illegal immigration. Chavez once referred to unlawful border crossers as “strikebreakers.”

Rodriguez was deputy campaign manager for Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign, and previously was national political director for the presidential campaign of then-Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., who is now vice president. Before that, Rodriguez was California state director in Harris’ Senate office.

If you care to read the entire article, follow this link – Daily Signal Article

These people have to be stopped and Amistad and the WVA are working to do just that.

Jul 28, 2021

Wisconsin Voter Alliance Response to WEC and the WI-5 Cities

Today is an important day for the Wisconsin Voter Alliance. Today we filed our final brief / response to Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) and the WI-5 cities concerning their illegal antics and operations during the November 2020 election. I have linked two documents that comprise our response today. First is the WEC Response Memo dated 7-28-2021. This document is a 100 page response to both WEC and the Cities who suggested these complaints would be dismissed. You will see in reading this document that Attorney Erick Kaardal and his staff have provided ample evidence and case law to dispel that notion. The second document is self explanatory, Memo Appendix 7-28-2021. This appendix contains copies of evidence, incriminating emails, memos and other documents between CTCL and various city employees in the WI-5 cities. I think you will find that Vicky Selkowe with the title of “Manager of Strategic Initatives & Community Partnerships” for Racine was up to her neck in election activities and decisions that she had no being involved in.

I believe when you read these documents you will agree we have put together a solid case the the Courts will ultimately have to rule in our favor. If they do not come down on our side the future of our country is at stake.

Jul 7, Voter Integrity Briefing and Complaint Status update

WVA have received numerous requests for updates on the status of voter integrity issues here in WI.  So, in response to those requests, we are instituting a Zoom Conference call update program for clubs, political groups, fraternal organizations, religious groups and military affiliated groups, etc.

The update will include speakers, Ron Heuer, President, WVA, who will handle the introductions to the WVA, Sandra Juno, retired Brown County Clerk, who will cover the wrongdoing in Green Bay during the 2020 Nov 3 election, and Erick Kaardal, an Amistad attorney who is working closely with the WVA in filing our legal actions and responses.

The planned presentation of the speakers will last 50 min to 1 hour, followed by a Q&A period to be determined by the Host (Host is the leader of the organization who has organized the call).

Email or call Ron Heuer, President, WVA to book a date.  Ron’s telephone number is 920-255-4260.  Email address is:  (Ideally, we will hold these calls from 7P – 8P)


The Host will be in charge of inviting the participants to a Zoom call.  After you book a date, Ron Heuer will provide you with a Zoom invitation that has the Zoom information for connecting to the call.  Some of the Hosts hold a meeting on the same day of the call to facilitate for those folks who do not have computers or are not comfortable doing a Zoom call.

Jul 5, 2021

Hope you had a great 4th of July weekend!

AB173 Vetoed
Gov Evers, with his veto of AB173, has made our WI-5 complaints filed with both WEC and the Mayors of Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee and Madison more crucial than ever.  AB173 was the bill that safeguarded our elections by not allowing private individuals or corporations to finance government election operations.

AB 173 was one of seven election integrity bills that had been sent to the Governor’s desk for his signature.  The disposition of the other six bills is yet to be determined, although the Governor has vowed to veto any bills that he believes makes voting in Wisconsin more difficult. The Legislators are doing the right thing in getting these bills passed and forcing the Governor’s hand.

What I find interesting is that out of the seven bills that hit his desk, he has chosen to veto AB173 first.  That signals to me that he felt this bill was extremely important in his mind.  Well, it is extremely important in the minds of all WVA members and millions of citizens of Wisconsin.  The difference is; people who are genuinely concerned about election integrity align with the thinking that private money and corporations controlling our elections is totally unacceptable and unlawful.

Other updates
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has appointed retired WI Supreme Court Justice Mike Gableman to head up his “election investigation”.  Gableman is a good choice for the job as he has a solid legal background for this undertaking.  This investigation into the wrongdoing of the Nov 3rd election should turn up the same information the WVA has already uncovered, hopefully more.  We collectively have completed thousands of hours of investigation that we have been reporting on for the past nine months.  I am sure the information we have amassed will be of help to this investigation. Stand by, as we learn more on this, we will report it.

As we have reported, earlier, we requested an extended date to our response to the WI-5 cities complaints we had filed.  We filed an extension to July 28th as we are working on some new evidence that potentially can add more weight to our argument.  We are confident of our case which is quite straightforward in expressing the idea that acceptance of money, that carried with it, conditions, by these cities is unlawful.

The Supreme Court Justices in a 6-3 opinion overturned an appeals-court decision that Arizona’s rules discriminated against minority voters. They ruled that the State of Arizona was on solid legal ground in enforcing rules that prohibit third parties from collecting mail-in ballots and disallowing votes cast in wrong precincts.  This is an important positive ruling in favor of voting integrity as it will provide more room for states to tighten up their voting laws.

Housekeeping items
If you haven’t already done so, visit our Facebook page and register a “like”!  Also, keep in mind, the WVA is a grassroots effort fighting for integrity in our voting system.  We are only successful when we have many voices.  Encourage your family and friends to join the Wisconsin Voter Alliance today!  Go to

Jun 19, 2021

Late on Tuesday, Jun 15th, we began receiving responses to our complaints that we had been filed in Green Bay, Racine, Kenosha, Milwaukee and Madison. Collectively, there were over 300 pages of response from these cities and WEC, so it is taking us a bit of time to analyze the responses. Over the next 48 hours I will be posting all these responses on this website under “documents”.

May 30, 2021

We finished our visitation to the WI-5 Cities with our May 25th, Madison Press Conference and Rally (This link takes allows you to view the entire press conference and Rally)At this Press Conference we announced our complaint against WEC and the City of Madison concerning the acceptance and use of the CTCL money. WEC appointed attorneys now tell us they will be responding to our complaint on June 15th.

Meantime, on Friday 28th of May, the Speaker of the Assembly, Robin Vos announced the State will be hiring an attorney and three investigators to dig into the facts surrounding the Zuckerberg money and the influence it had on that election. Focus will be on the WI – 5 cities of Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Kenosha and Racine. These are the same cities that we have filed complaints against. Early indications are that this group would have the power to subpoena witnesses and these witnesses would have immunity.

The question has been asked a number of times, “why did you pursue all the WI-5 cities, why not just Green Bay for example”? Well, if WEC simply says there is nothing to investigate then we would have one circuit court to appeal to. With five cities, we could potentially file in five circuit courts if necessary.

May 22, 2021


May 11,2021

Yesterday, we filed in Milwaukee, you can watch the press conference video here, Milwaukee Press Conference, Monday, May 10th at Milwaukee City Hall
WE are holding WEC and the WI-5 cities (Green Bay, Racine, Kenosha, Milwaukee and Madison) to be held accountable for allowing private organizations to be directly involved in running the Nov 3rd Presidential election. These five cities were planning and plotting with CTCL in accepting large sums of money with conditions. Those conditions included embedding left-leaning employees within their organizations to manage the election process. You can read the entire Milwaukee complaint here – City of Milwaukee / WEC Complaint
Next, we move on to Madison.

May 3, 2021

Today, May 3, we filed our complaint against WEC and the Mayor and staff of the city of Kenosha Wisconsin. You already may be aware that we have filed against Green Bay and Racine prior to Kenosha. Here is the WEC /Kenosha Complaint that was filed today.

Final Kenosha Complaint 5_1Download

Apr 28th, 2021

We received responses to both our Green Bay and Racine complaints late on Monday. The response was, as we expected, a message that they would delay their response until May 25th. We anticipated this delay because of our filing with Racine. Here is the actual response.
Dear Counsel and Parties:
We are in the process of being retained as outside counsel for the Wisconsin Elections Commission in the above matter.  Although the retainer process has not yet been formally completed, please route all future communications concerning this matter to us.

We have received a request for an extension of the response deadline on behalf of three of the respondents.  The Commission has always granted such extensions when requested, and we as attorneys also routinely grant requested extensions as a matter of professional courtesy.  In addition, an extended response deadline is warranted since we have not yet been formally retained and have not yet been able to review all of the materials filed with the complaint in this matter.

Accordingly, we hereby set the deadline for response to the complaint to May 25, 2021.

By copy of this email, we also inform the complainants of these extensions.  Complainants’ deadline to file a written, verified reply in this matter will be June 8, 2021, 10 business days following the response deadline.  Of course, if Complainants also need an extension, they should not hesitate to ask.

If you are being represented by counsel in this matter and do not see your counsel as a recipient of this email, we request that you forward this message to your attorney and have notice of your representation directed to us.

Apr 22, 2021

Racine / Wisconsin Election Commission Complaint filed today.

In following what transpired in Green Bay with the Nov 3 election, we have moved on to filing a complaint with Racine and WEC with the complaint respondents being Meagan Wolfe of WEC, the Mayor of Racine, Cory Mason, and the City Clerk of Racine, Tara Coolidge. We held a press conference in Racine at 10 AM this morning to notify the public of the contents of the complaint. You can read the entire complaint here Racine / WEC Complaint Filed 4/21/2021.
The evidence documents can be viewed here: Evidence Documents Racine / WEC. I have also attached a graphic that is explains in a few words what we hope to accomplish with the filing of this complaint. Graphic with basic explanation of case

Racine / WEC Plaintiffs – L to R – Marty Prujansky, Mary Prujansky, Brooke Hesse, Kenneth Brown, Dale Giles along with Erick Kaardal, Amistad Project Attorney and Sandra Juno, retired Brown County Clerk

Apr 14th, 2021

Hot off the Press, Amistad Attorney Erick Kaardal participates in a win with the Wisconsin Supreme Court

Although this case is not a WVA involved case, we are proud that our main attorney, Erick Kaardal played a part in winning this citizen rights case concerning the overstep of the Evers regime, and the overstepping of Andrea Palm,Wisconsin Dept of Health.

Apr 10, 2021

What does an Election Integrity Hero Look Like?

I have been immersed in this election process for some time now and have analyzed it many ways.  I have concluded, no matter how well an election law is written or constructed, in the end, the integrity in the electoral process comes down to one thing.  That is, the people who are charged with running those elections, and the degree of their honesty and integrity.

In the past few months, I, along with other concerned citizens, have delved into the election mess created by the infusion of the Zuckerberg money in Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Kenosha, and Racine.  Those five cities, called the Wisconsin Five or WI-5, collectively received about $6.8 million in grant money from the Center for Technology & Civic Life (CTCL). This is a private organization that was funded by Zuckerberg.  Interestingly, the WI-5 cities have Democrat administrations from the Mayor on down. The perfect target cities for the private corporation to increase absentee voting. CTCL grants created instant access for Zuckerberg and like-minded people to take control of and/or influence WI-5 cities elections through grant conditions tied directly to grant monies.

Green Bay’s Mayor, Eric Genrich, is an avowed liberal Democrat. He surrounds himself with key like-minded people who are doing his bidding that include his former chief of staff (now the city clerk), the city attorney, and the community relations officer.  However, one person in 2020 did not fit the Ginrich mold was the city clerk, Kris Teske.  Kris Teske had been the City of Green Bay Clerk for 8 years going into the November election.  She had many years’ experience and knew how to run an election.  She was trained and certified in election administration and knew that it was her responsibility to exclusively supervise and administer the election in accordance with Wisconsin Statutes § 7.15(1).

When Mayor Genrich and Chief of Staff Celestine Jefferies agreed to take the money from CTCL (Zuckerberg), Kris instinctively knew that it was illegal.  Under Wisconsin Statutes §5.05 (10) there is a provision that only the Wisconsin Election Commission can seek funds from the federal government under HAVA.  Further, it was illegal because, by accepting the money, there were conditions imposed by CTCL as to how that money was spent and how the election would be conducted.  Ms. Teske understood it was her responsibility as Clerk to run the Presidential election, and she alone would be held accountable to run it according to the law just as she had done for the past 8 years. No one else in the city hierarchy had that statutory responsibility, period.

Mayor Genrich and Chief of Staff Jeffreys were not happy with Clerk Teske when she stood her ground and reminded them that it was, she, that would be running the Presidential election in Green Bay.  That is when the Mayor and Jeffreys began to leave Teske out of the election process and coordinated directly with the CTCL and their operatives including Michael Spitzer-Ruebenstein of the Vote at Home organization also an affiliate of CTCL.  Teske would not play ball with them as they immersed themselves in illegal money and conditions brought with the grant money.  Hence, the mayor’s office and operatives took over and left Teske outside the decision-making process.

Ms. Kris Teske is the election integrity hero here.  She did the right thing, she did not cave into the pressure from the Mayor, his Chief of Staff, Community Relations Liaison, City Attorney, and grant operatives.  Teske was more ethical than that.  She stood her ground and conducted herself with integrity and professionalism.  She was not about to be cowed into a position by Genrich and Jeffreys whereby she would be held accountable for an election that was not lawfully conducted.  Her decision to stand firm took courage. Kris’s integrity drove her. I read hundreds of pages of emails we received from a Green Bay FOIA request, and it was clear from reading those emails that once Kris would not buy into CTCL plan she was pushed by the Mayor and treated as persona non grata.  On Oct 23, she elected to take FMLA from her employment with the city.  In December, she resigned from her job as city clerk after of 8 years of service.

I personally have never met Kris Teske.  I hope to, and when I do, I will personally express my respect and gratitude for her handling of an exceedingly difficult position.  I have talked to other people who worked with her and know Kris personally, and to the person, they tell me Kris is a highly principled individual, a professional who has integrity.

There are about 1,850 city, town, and village clerks in the State of Wisconsin and 72 County Clerks. Without a doubt, about 98% of them are dedicated, hard workers who run their elections in accordance with the laws set by the Legislature.  I believe there are 2% that may be bad actors probably in Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha demonstrated by their illegal actions affecting the election system in our State.

These cities and Wisconsin need election integrity heroes like Kris Teske. Let’s get rid of the bad actors in Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha.  Wisconsin’s election integrity depends on it.

Apr 8, 2021

This is what we have been working towards for the past two months, a filing with the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) concerning their activity surrounding the voting irregularities that occurred in Green Bay during the November election.  I won’t go into all the details as they are in the 33 page complaint that is here Wisconsin Election Commissions Complaint.  I have also attached a copy to this email.

This complaint is not about voting machine irregularities, nor is it about voter fraud, but instead it deals with a government approving acceptance of money and along with the money came conditions on how to run the election.  You ask well what is the proof of that.  Follow this link Evidence to see some 400 pages of emails that all substantiate the complaint.  WE HAVE THE EVIDENCE!

Wisconsin Elections Commission Complaint

So after all the various drafts of this document, we had a well-attended press conference in Green Bay today where we laid our case for the press.  I did a Facebook Live recording of that press conference.  BTW, I hadn’t done that before, so the first 1.35 minutes are horizontal, then I figured it out.  Here is that link:  Facebook Live Recording of Press Conference in Brown County WI Courthouse, April 8th, 2020

During the recording, you will see James Fitzgerald referencing a graphic, here is that graphic.  Election Authority Graphic for Press Conference

Mar 18, 2021

The Green Bay Election Mess
In a few days you will see an action from the WVA that will be focused on the actions of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, the Zuckerberg money and how that money affected the Nov 6 election in Green Bay.  We carefully examined the 6,000 plus emails we received as a result of Rep. Sortwell’s FOIA request and found some very interesting and damning information.  Keep your eyes open for that update expected early next week.

Perhaps you haven’t been following what is going on in the city of Green Bay.  The Mayor and his immediate staff have been getting peppered with bad press regarding the elections in Green Bay.  One report after another, that point out the questionable action(s) taken by the city regarding the election process combined with the legislative hearings got the Mayors attention.

There are a number of specifics highlighted in the Mar 12 article, most notably how the Mayor and his Chief of Staff tore the election management process from the cities appointed Clerk and had a third-party out of state individual by the name of Spitzer- Rubenstein run the election.  Here are three great articles by Matt Kittle of Wisconsin Spotlight.

March 12

March 14

March 16

So, these articles came out following the March 10th hearing in Madison, where Chairman of the Elections and Campaign Committee, Janel Brandtjen heard testimony from a number of Green Bay residents and others concerning the elections in Green Bay.  Former Brown County Clerk Juno and Amistad Lawyer Erick Kaardal representing the WVA provided critical testimony.

All this bad press and testimony got the Mayors attention, and he wanted cover.  So, he had his City Attorney Chavez draw up a resolution for the March 16th City of Green Bay Common Council meeting.  This document is nothing more than a P.R. piece designed to give the message “OK folks, there is nothing to see here, move along.  The Mayor, his Chief of Staff did a superb job of running the election”! Here is that resolution – Election Resolution

Well, I spent about 5 hours listening to that Council meeting, and believe me, not everyone bought into the idea that the election was handled so well.  There was serious, and sometimes quite partisan discussion about the entire election process.  The resolution was not voted upon but was tabled until the next Common Council meeting.  This Mar 17 article followed the Green Bay Common Council meeting

The Green Bay election fiasco is far from over and I believe it opens the door to more investigation into other cities including Madison, Milwaukee, Kenosha and Racine.  Kudos to both Rep Janel Brandtsjen and Rep Shea Sortwell for having the courage to do the right thing by pursuing this election information.  Sunshine is the greatest disinfectant!!!

More about the WVA
As you may know, the WVA is affiliated with The Amistad Project, an organization that has it’s focus on integrity in elections.  There are other states that have organizations like the WVA who are also aligned with The Amistad Project those states include; Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minneasota, Airizona, Nevada, Georgia and South Carolina with more states being added going forward.

Each of these states organizations like the WVA are working with their legislative bodies to ensure we do not experience another 2020 election mess, and there are already tangible results, for example, in Michigan a Judge ruled the Democratic Secretary of State broke the law with an absentee ballot rule.  See that ruling here- Michigan Ruling In reading that ruling, it seems to parallel the misguidance directed by our own WEC with regard to their directive on curing ballots.  Let’ see where this goes. In Georgia, they have taken on the absentee voting issue with some sweeping reform, read that here Georgia Absentee Voting Changes

There is much to be done overall to “fix” our election system.  This is not going to be done overnight, it will take some time.

Wisconsin Elections Commission Complaint

So after all the various drafts of this document, we had a well-attended press conference in Green Bay today where we laid our case for the press.  I did a Facebook Live recording of that press conference.  BTW, I hadn’t done that before, so the first 1.35 minutes are horizontal, then I figured it out.  Here is that link:  Facebook Live Recording of Press Conference in Brown County WI Courthouse, April 8th, 2020

During the recording, you will see James Fitzgerald referencing a graphic, here is that graphic.  Election Authority Graphic for Press Conference

Feb 28, 2021

Back in October 2020, we filed a Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief in the U.S. District Court. This complaint was seeking a ruling from the court to stop the flow of the Zuckerberg money into the overall election process. We were summarily turned down by District Judge Griesbach. That complaint dealt with the primary cities in Wisconsin of Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Kenosha and Racine. We correctly maintained that Zuckerbucks being provided largely to left-leaning cities created a two-tiered voting system. So, CTCL baffled the Court with a bunch of smoke, and effectively dispelled our claim that this money was, in fact, creating a two-tiered voting system. Early on, CTCL realized if they were too blatant in providing money to only those left-leaning cities where they could influence the vote it would be too obvious. So, they spread a little money to those cities that applied for it. Follow this link to see CTCL Covid Money by City

Here is a perfect, simple, example of how this money created a two-tiered system. The city of Green Bay received $1,615,000 of Zuckerbucks or about $28.30 per registered voter. The city of Kewaunee received $5,000 or about $2.80 per registered voter. I would challenge anyone, including Judge Griesbach to convince me of anything equal about that. This whole outside money being injected into the election process has to be stopped.

Feb 25, 2021

A number of bills have been introduced by Sen Duey Stroebel to “fix” the election process in Wisconsin.  Looks like Sen Stoebel and his team have done a lot of work on these bills.

My first concern, however, is there is no mention of reform of WEC,
Wisconsin Election Commission as to their power, and their authority to approve the election results.  That authority must go back to the legislative body.  Further, WEC seemingly can free-wheel when interpreting the law as we saw in the last election.  There is some serious work that needs to be done in this area.

Here is my greatest concern.  Politicians will quickly respond to an issue so they can say “see, I fixed that problem”, when in fact, nothing has been changed.  I do like the approach that Assembly Chairman of Elections and Campaigns, Janel Brandtsjen is taking.  That being, hold hearings with officials from the cities that experienced the greatest problems to fully understand the issues that need to be addressed, then set about to legislate.

Here is a snapshot of the intent of each of the bills (links provided to the bills I found)
LRB-1264 prohibits local clerks and election boards from applying for or receiving private funds for the purpose of election administration. Additionally, the bill requires ballot tabulators to take an oath of office like every other election official.
LRB-0428 requires that statements of indefinite confinement be made under oath with verification from a medical professional. The bill also stipulates that a pandemic or communicable disease is not grounds for individuals to claim this status.
LRB-1537 prohibits ballot harvesting. Under the bill, if municipal clerks host events in which absentee ballots are returned, the events may only occur during the in-person absentee voting period. Poll observers must be present at these events.
LRB – 1935 prohibits nursing home and long-term care employees from influencing residents’ voting decisions. The goal is to protect residents’ freedom of choice at the ballot box.
LRB – 2032 ends the automatic mailing of some absentee ballots (excludes military); requires all voters to enclose a copy of their photo identification card; and requires municipalities to post the number of absentee ballots sent out, returned, and outstanding.

We’ve had one of our legal sources look at these bills for highlights and here is their summation….

would require absentee voters to provide an ID for every election, or just one time and to be on file with the clerk. EVERYTIME
place limits who can automatically receive absentee ballots for every election.
put new limits on when voters are considered indefinitely confined because of age or disability
voters under the age of 65 who say they are confined to their homes could no longer claim the status without a medical professional’s endorsement.
would force election clerks to remove the indefinitely confined status for any voter who applied for it between last March and the November election.
clarify in state law that the threat of a pandemic may not be used to apply for the status
Election clerks also would be required to remove the status if they receive information disputing the voter’s declaration, which could include an eyewitness observation or a social media post showing the voter was not confined to his or her home.
would require absentee voters to submit a copy of an ID for every election. Now, voters have to provide an ID the first time they request an absentee ballot, but not after that. The local clerk keeps a copy of their ID on file.
would require nursing home administrators to tell relatives of their residents when clerks known as special voting deputies will be on-site to deliver ballots. The bill would also make it a felony for nursing home employees to try to influence residents’ votes.
would bar local governments from accepting private donations to help them conduct their elections. Private donations to the state would have to be distributed to local governments equally based on their populations under the bill. (Anti- Mark Zuckerburg Bill)

Let’s look at these bills and see where they may go with a Democrat Governor who has already reported publicly that he will not allow any change to the election process that would make it more difficult for citizens to vote.  The city A shocking development, the city of Madison has come out with a statement already that indicates these changes will make it harder for people to vote (to vote means ballot harvesting).

Feb 21, 2021

We have a new Assembly Chairman of the Elections and Campaigns committee, Rep Janel Brandtjen who is methodically working to fully understand all the issues surrounding the election improprieties prior to introducing legislation to amend any areas that may need attention.   And there is Rep. Shae Sortwell who has been quietly working in the background with his submissions of FOIA requests to the city of Green Bay for information as to how the election on Nov 3rd was handled.  The documents received in that FOIA request, combined with first-hand information gained in interviews have uncovered a very clear picture of how the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) rules changes and the Zuckerberg money corrupted the Nov 3rd election.

In the next few days, we will be filing formal complaints that show how, with the $1.6 million of Zuckerberg money, the Mayor of Green Bay, his then Chief of Staff, literally turned the running of the election over to outside, private, left-leaning organizations to run their election! The local elected officials were pushed to the side and organizations like CTCL, (Center for Tech and Civic Life), National Vote at Home Institute, and The Elections Group to ran their election.  There is little doubt the same process occurred in Madison, Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha where the Democrat apparatus used these same organizations to manage their elections.

My sense is, that until the private money (that is donated with caveats) is kept out of the elections and WEC is eliminated or restructured somehow, we won’t see a difference in our WI elections and our goal of getting integrity back into the Wisconsin Election process won’t be achieved.

Feb 13, 2021

If you are anything like me, you are so tired of the mainstream media reporting “there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud”. I guess it depends on your definition of “widespread”!

The WVA is aligned with the Amistad Project, a division of the Thomas Moore Society. They maintain a website that is listed here where you view the evidence of voter fraud that has been collected over the past couple of months. We have significant hard evidence of voter fraud, you can see all that data here;

I have a friend living in North Carolina that, along with a group of his business acquaintances has put together a comprehensive list of the voting litigation that has taken place thus far and the status of each of those cases. You can see that here:

A friend of mine is visiting in S.W. Michigan area and sent me this picture of this sign, which I found to be quite appropriate considering where we are today with Biden. Michigan, as you know experienced some of the same types of voter irregularities as we did in Wisconsin.

Feb 8, 2021

We predicted weeks ago that it wouldn’t take long before the liberal left would be going public, bragging how they manipulated and ultimately stole the Nov 3rd election.

This Time Magazine article published on Feb 4th is the beginning of this “patting themselves on the back” as to how they injected large corporate money, like the Zuckerbucks into the campaign and how that ultimately had an influence on the outcome.  Wisconsin is mentioned several times in this article as you will read.  The way the Zuckerberg money was injected into the campaigns was illegal.  Keep your antenna up on this fact as it is far from over on that subject.

The title of the Times Magazine is “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election” and you can find it here. Click here for Time Magazine Article

Feb 2, 2021

Last evening the WVA was invited to present at a campaign meeting in Marinette. When I opened the meeting, I asked the question, “How many of you believe the November election was stolen from Donald J. Trump?” I asked for a show of hands. Every hand in the room went up. I then asked the question, “Why do you believe Donald J. Trump lost the election?” Here are the four responses I received;
* Some of our legislative represents did not follow evidence and react to it on a timely basis
* Wisconsin Election Commission made unauthorized changes to the election process
* Indefinitely Confined voters (this ties to WEC unauthorized changes)
* The infusion and influence of Zuckerberg money in the Wisconsin election

At the meeting, the interest in fixing the problems with our election process is very high. The majority of the people are looking to the Legislators to fix the issues with the election process, however from what I am hearing, it will be tough to get any legislation passed that the current Governor will sign. Governor Evers has been quite consistent in saying he will not approve any legislation that inhibits voters or the voting process. So, that leaves us with the option of pursuing the issue through the courts.

A number of people have been asking why the WVA hasn’t been pursuing the issue of Dominion hardware and software issues surrounding the Wisconsin election debacle. We never uncovered evidence that the machines were an issue in Wisconsin. We had some hints there may have been some issues with tabulation in the city of Milwaukee, but no solid evidence was uncovered to pursue. So, we continue our focus on the areas we know there were problems, those being; WEC, Zuckerbucks, and indefinitely confined voters. There are a number of sub-areas of cleaning up the voter roles that needs attention as well. The work continues. Meantime, we continue to build membership. If your not a member already, just click on membership and join. Or, pass this link on to family and friends

Jan 18, 2021

We were so busy with the Nov 3rd election mess that we had not put the proper focus on the future of the WVA. Over the past couple of weeks, we sharpened our focus as to our future. We have sharpened our “Vision and Mission” statement for the future. You can find that here: