A coalition of groups representing local government officials is launching an ad campaign to reassure Wisconsin voters that they can trust election workers.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — a coalition of groups representing local government officials are ready to launch a campaign to reassure Wisconsin voters that they can trust election officials.
The Wisconsin Municipal League, the Wisconsin County Association, and the Wisconsin City Association said the announcements will be broadcast on television and radio nationwide as well as several digital platforms starting Monday and taking place in the April 5 election.
The colors have the city Neenah Clerk Ellen Skerke; home of Kohler Deputy Secretary Cindi Gamb; and home of Cobb Clerk Lisa Riley. The clerks told the audience that the election staff are neighbors of Wisconsin residents and family members and can be trusted to run a good contest.
The media is viewed as Republican delegates who continue to challenge the legitimacy of President Joe Biden’s 2020 victory in Wisconsin. Repetitions and court reports confirmed that Biden defeated Donald Trump by 21,000 votes but GOP leaders, under pressure from Trump, refused to accept the results and hold Mr. Biden otherwise from stealing the election.
Former Supreme Court judge Michael Gableman, who has been examining elections over the past year, issued a statement last week urging lawmakers to release the results of the Wisconsin election. Lawmakers say this is unlikely and Republican leaders, including Assembly spokesman Robin Vos, as well as Assembly Majority leader Jim Steineke, said the move is irrational.