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Tim Michels, a wealthy sixty-year-old businessman, was the Republican nominee for governor of Wisconsin. During the primary, when asked whether the 2020 Presidential election had been stolen, Michels said, “Maybe.” A few months later, he said that, if he became governor, Republicans would “never lose an election in Wisconsin again.” Given the context, it was hard to know whether that was normal political braggadocio or a statement of intent. Donald Trump came to Wisconsin to campaign for Michels, who made election integrity, as he put it, a big part of his pitch. He proposed to eliminate the nonpartisan agency that oversees the state’s elections and replace it with a new entity whose composition and mission was left ...
— The New Yorker (November 18) (Pocket)
“An activist court, as we’ve seen elsewhere in the country, could do almost anything,” Walker told News Talk 113O WISN’s Jay Weber. “If you listen to at least a couple of of the liberal candidates … they sound very much aligned with some of the things we’ve seen in California and Pennsylvania, and elsewhere.”
— Just the News (November 26) (Pocket)
The Republican chair of the Wisconsin Assembly elections committee who was backed by former President Donald Trump, embraced conspiracy theories about the 2020 election and wanted to decertify President Joe Biden's victory, has been kicked out of the closed GOP caucus due to a lack of trust, according to a letter sent to the lawmaker.
— The Independent (November 17) (Pocket)
There was no red wave. There wasn't even a red splash. Against most expectations - and in the face of daunting fundamentals - the Democratic Party held its own against a hungry and aggressive Republican Party. It flipped seats and chambers in Michigan; it stood its ground in Virginia and Wisconsin; and it fought Republicans to a standstill in Arizona and a runoff in Georgia.
— Real Clear Politics (November 12) (Pocket)
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