Statements from the Wisconsin: 2011 Wisconsin Supreme Court's race

"There are legitimate and widespread anomalies, and widespread questions about the conduct of (the Wisconsin Supreme Court) election, most visibly in Waukesha County, but also in counties around the state."  

Human error, such as skipping a community in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, "is common in (the vote-tabulation) process.

Says JoAnne Kloppenburg’s side had a "3-to-1 money advantage" in the Wisconsin Supreme Court campaign. 

Says Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate JoAnne Kloppenburg "put an 80-year-old farmer in jail for refusing to plant native vegetation on his farm."

PolitiFact Wisconsin "concluded that the charge that Justice Prosser prejudges matters that come before the court is True."

Says Supreme Court candidate JoAnne Kloppenburg’s record as a state Justice Department lawyer consists only of the prosecution of cases regarding regulation of docks.

As a prosecutor, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser did not investigate or file charges in a case involving 30-year pedophile priest, then participated in cover-up.

Says Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser "has prejudged matters that are likely to come before the court."

The state of Wisconsin pays plumbers, engineers and other attorneys "much, much more" than it pays attorneys to represent poor people.

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