There are over seven million people on the voting rolls in Wisconsin. That is odd since the entire state of Wisconsin has just 5.9 million people and of course, there are many who cannot vote because they are seventeen or younger. They have 3.5 million eligible voters and they claim that 3.3 million voted to make it 94% of eligible voters who voted. I find that nearly impossible, but they can always manufacture votes when they don’t deliver the votes until days after the election.
France has all paper ballots and they have the results the same night the election is held. Why can’t our states do the same? And you may have noticed that when a state takes a week to get their results, it always favors the Democrats.
- Wisconsin has a population of approximately 5.9 million.
- Wisconsin has a voting age population (age 18 and older) of approximately 4.6 million (click here – Federal Register :: Estimates of the Voting Age Population for 2021).
- 3.3 million out of 3.5 million eligible registered voters or 94%, supposedly voted in the 2020 Presidential Election in Wisconsin (click here – WEC Releases Analysis of November 2020 Election Data | Wisconsin Elections Commission). A statistical improbability.
- Nearly 2 million out of 3.3 million people or 60%, voted absentee in the 2020 Presidential Election in Wisconsin with only .002% or 4,270 of those absentee ballots being rejected (click here – WEC Releases Analysis of November 2020 Election Data | Wisconsin Elections Commission). A statistical improbability.
- Nearly 1 million new voter registrations were processed in 2020 in Wisconsin (click here – Summary 21-19 Elections Administration (wisconsin.gov)). A statistical improbability,
- All 72 Counties in Wisconsin saw their voter registration rolls increase by approximately 7% in 2020, only to have those same voter rolls decrease by about 7% over the next several months (click here – Voter Registration Statistics | Wisconsin Elections Commission). A statistical improbability.
- Some 205,000 names were supposedly removed from the E.R.I.C. Mover List shortly after the 2020 Presidential Election (click here – Why 205,000 voters were removed from the rolls without any fanfare (tmj4.com)) when democrats were successful in keeping them on Wis Vote for the 2020 Presidential Election (click here – Rightwing group nearly forced Wisconsin to purge thousands of eligible voters | Wisconsin | The Guardian). Some 69,000 of these “mover list” voters voted in 2020 (click here – https://elections.wi.gov/news/
States are supposed to update their voter registration, but they use ERIC which opposes doing that because it would drastically cut down the odds of Democrats winning elections. But several states have now dropped ERIC like a bad habit. Hopefully, they can be starved out of existence.
The passage of the bill will not eliminate a single ineligible voter because Gov Tony Evers has already said he would veto the bill even if the legislature approves it. Democrats oppose a fair and honest election.