Did Several Racine Poll Workers Push for Recall of Wanggaard?
A check of databases conducted by the MacIver News Service reveals that as many as 78 of the 189 people who worked as official poll workers in the City of Racine last Tuesday may have earlier signed recall petitions that ultimately forced the elections to be conducted.
Today’s findings are a result of an open records request filed by the MacIver News Service. After Racine Assistant Clerk Donna Deuster provided the names of the poll workers, we ran their names against the iverifytherecall.com database of recall petition signers.
Earlier this week, Media Trackers reported that a chief election inspector at one location, accused of ignoring GOP complaints over a voter’s eligibility, had signed both the Gov. Walker and Sen. Wanggaard recall petitions.
Earlier, MNS reported that the Racine County Sheriff’s department is investigating allegations that election related documents were found in a dumpster behind the Chavez center.
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