Praying Like A Mofo

This just in;  computer errors and, no doubt, Wisconsin Democrat perfidy continue to change the vote totals in from yesterday’s SCOW vote.

Prosser now might be ahead by forty

The latest vote count in the state Supreme Court race in Winnebago County indicates incumbent David Prosser is leading Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg in votes.

A tally compiled by The Associated Press Wednesday and used by news organizations statewide, including the Journal Sentinel, indicated Kloppenburg was leading the race by 204 votes. Figures on Winnebago County’s website are now different from those collected by the AP.

Winnebago County’s numbers say Prosser received 20,701 votes to Kloppenburg’s 18,887. The AP has 19,991 for Prosser to Kloppenburg’s 18,421.

The new numbers would give Prosser 244 more votes, or a 40-vote lead statewide.

…or maybe 7,000:

After Tuesday night’s Wisconsin Supreme Court election, a computer error in heavily Republican Waukesha County failed to send election results for the entire City of Brookfield to the Associated Press. The error, revealed today, would give incumbent Supreme Court Justice David Prosser a net 7,381 votes against his challenger, attorney Joanne Kloppenburg. On Wednesday, Kloppenburg declared victory after the AP reported she finished the election with a 204-vote lead, out of nearly 1.5 million votes cast.

On election night, AP results showed a turnout of 110,000 voters in Waukesha County — well short of the 180,000 voters that turned out last November, and 42 percent of the county’s total turnout. By comparison, nearly 90 percent of Dane County voters who cast a ballot in November turned out to vote for Kloppenburg.

Prior to the election, Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus was heavily criticized for her decision to keep the county results on an antiquated personal computer, rather than upgrade to a new data system being utilized statewide. Nickolaus cited security concerns for keeping the data herself — yet when she reported the data, it did not include the City of Brookfield, whose residents cast nearly 14,000 votes.

I’ll cop to it: I’m hoping for the 7,000.

17 thoughts on “Praying Like A Mofo

  1. Looks like it is 7000, which would be pretty much out of the fraud zone. Dane County is the only place where they could try to make it up, but the recanvass there is mostly done. This might be checkmate and if you think the unions and their pals have been mad before, watch out.

  2. In the immortal words of Yogi: “It ain’t over till it’s over”. And it ain’t over.

  3. Alright, I admit it. I found some votes lying around in the trunk of my Eldo…hey, it’s a three body trunk!

  4. Don’t be silly. The Democrats will steal this like they do every fricking election. I have ZERO confidence in our electoral process.

  5. Can’t wait for the Dems to howl about this. When they bitch I got two words Franken-Coleman.

  6. Can’t wait for the Dems to howl about this. When they bitch I got two words Franken-Coleman.

  7. Can’t wait for the Dems to howl about this. When they bitch I got two words Franken-Coleman.

  8. wow triple post that’s a record… and Kermit they were on their way to stealing it until those 7000 votes were, ahem, found. I’m not saying it’s not legit but whatever, at minimum we figured out how to play dirty 🙂

  9. “In a surprising development, Waukesha polling officials also report that they have found 7,000 Anoka County votes for Norm Coleman. When told of this, Minnesota Senator Al Franken made faces, and then punched this reporter.
    Waukesha County officials also report finding a fake ID from 1967 with the name “Mark Dayton” and portions of a 1961 Kenyan Birth Certificate that someone had apparently tried to burn.”

  10. They’re saying it was human error:

    “Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus said Thursday that she failed to save in her computer and consequently report 14,315 votes cast in the city of Brookfield, omitting them entirely in an unofficial tally released after Tuesday’s election. The new totals give 10,859 more votes to Prosser from Brookfield and 3,456 more to Kloppenburg, she said.”

    “”I’m thankful that this error was caught early in the process. This is not a case of extra ballots being found. This is human error which I apologize for, which is common,” Nickolaus said, her voice wavering as she spoke to reporters. “

  11. I wonder how many death threats Nickolaus will get?
    That seems to be standard operating procedure for these antidemocratic thugs.

  12. They’ll be protesting at her house tomorrow morning, if they aren’t already…

  13. Just read on another blog……Kloppy declared victory with 204 vote lead. Now Prosser (aka, the hero) has a vote lead that is 37 times that. So we an all assume the “I am NOT tought on crime” lady will give up.


    Nickolaus has drawn controversy for keeping election data on private office computers that are not part of the county network. She said the error had nothing to do with that. The mistake was discovered during an open meeting of the county canvassing board, which was attended by at least one Democrat, Ramona Kitzinger.

    Kitzinger told reporters at the news conference that Nickolaus was telling the truth. “We went over everything and made sure that all the numbers jived up, and they did,” Kitzinger said.

    Other Democrats were skeptical of the announcement.

    Rep. Peter Barca, the Assembly minority leader, in a statement noted that Nickolaus had worked for Republicans in the Legislature when Prosser was a leader there. “Her approach raises questions about the integrity of the election to the highest court in our state.”

    Apparently a “count all of the votes I am supposed to” approach “raises questions about the integrity of the election to the highest court in our state”

  15. How does the county elections official, paid and supplied by the county, have a “private” computer in the office where she works? Huh?

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