The Waukesha County Clerk planned a 5:30 p.m. news conference today to discuss its vote totals amid reports that it failed to include the votes for Brookfield in the results it sent The Associated Press on Election Night.
It could represent a more than 7,000-vote swing in an election that whipped back and forth this afternoon as county canvass totals came in.
Brookfield City Clerk Kris Schmidt: “I have no clue what’s going on. No one has officially told me what’s going on.”
Now couple that up with this:
As a key sign of just how much Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser’s corporate supporters are willing to spend to keep him on the bench, Prosser’s campaign just announced its hire of one of the most high-profile election lawyers in the country — Bush v. Gore recount attorney Ben Ginsberg.
Add this into the mix:
Here we go again.