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Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Bad News in WI: Prosser Leads By Small Amount, So He Will Lose

The good news for Wisconsin reformers is that Judge Prosser is winning his re-election bid by just around 1,500 votes with almost all precincts reporting. The bad news is that without a 5,000 vote lead, the Dems have a long history of stealing these elections, and will likely be successful again this time. A defeat of Prosser means that liberals will control the WI Supreme Court and will invalidate the recent law that they don't like (even though the legal basis is non-existent). So it would take a long time before it ever reached the Supreme Court.

Great news for unions and government workers, bad news for WI taxpayers.

Former DOJ worker Christian Adams, who spilled the beans on Holder's desire not to prosecute election fraud, explains that the levers in national elections all skew close elections to Dems.

As I suspected, the radical Democrat is now ahead by 204 votes and she claims victory. She knows that the GOP doesn't have the stomach for a recount and wouldn't dare stuff the ballot boxes with "found" ballots in the trunks of cars like they do.

Shredded ballots in a district that Prosser carried by 54 points. Does this really surprise anyone? Does anyone doubt that union members worked every precinct in the state?