Kloppenberg makes the case for judicial elections

Looking at the continuing recount in Wisconsin and the reactions of the Kloppenberg it is increasing clear that she doesn't have the temperament desired for the Judiciary and Wisconsin dodged a bullet here. I actually think this is a case FOR rather than against the election of judges. Elections reveal things about candidates and perhaps … Continue reading Kloppenberg makes the case for judicial elections

Prosser up big and the left is boiling mad

When I left the house to run an errand and have a bite with the wife the word had just come out that Prosser was up by 40 votes: Incumbent Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser took a 40-vote lead over challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg, according to new totals released Thursday afternoon. Kloppenburg had been leading … Continue reading Prosser up big and the left is boiling mad

I’m shocked shocked to see voter fraud in Wisconsin…

Shades of the Durant election (Worcester 6th) in Wisconsin: BREAKING VOTER FRAUD: Poll workers conducting registration on election day, voting, then registering again to vote. High school students registering other high school students under 18. When complained, the poll worker said mind your own business. You might remember yesterday I said this about the precincts … Continue reading I’m shocked shocked to see voter fraud in Wisconsin…

Expect Libya to be resolved before this Wisconsin Supreme Court election: Update Ashland reports gap 419 Update again Klop up 140 UPDATE

Last night I posed two questions that I thought were mutually exclusive but the current results as the same they were at 3 a.m. with 34 presents left to report. Of those 34 2 where precincts where Prosser was lead and 32 where in precincts where Kloppenburg leads. With 99% of the precincts reporting the … Continue reading Expect Libya to be resolved before this Wisconsin Supreme Court election: Update Ashland reports gap 419 Update again Klop up 140 UPDATE

The Two Wisconsin post election questions:

As I write this with 37% of the vote reporting it is 50%-50% with Prosser leading by a mere 1884 votes so we have no idea how this is going to turn out. So I don't know which of my two questions apply but here they are: If Prosser wins: Considering the level of death … Continue reading The Two Wisconsin post election questions: