Statements about Elections
Says he posted a "win" in the Republican Party of Wisconsin endorsement contest in the U.S. Senate primary.
Says Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele "eliminated" sheriff’s office funding for providing security for presidential and presidential campaign visits.
Says "over 1 million signatures" were submitted in attempt to recall Gov. Scott Walker.
"Wisconsin election officials to accept Mickey Mouse, Hitler signatures" on recall petitions.
Says recall organizers "started their website last November" and began work on their effort before he even took office.
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is making voting more difficult by closing Department of Motor Vehicles offices where "low-income voters" live.
It’s legal to "sign a recall petition (against Gov. Scott Walker) even if you have already signed another recall petition," but only one signature counts
Says signers of recall petitions against Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker are at risk because of newly "discovered" provisions in state law.
A recall election for Wisconsin governor would cost "$7.7 million -- $7.7 million that may already be allocated to merit raises for teachers or health care for the poor or school books for your kids."
Wisconsin law says all recall petition signers must sign in the presence of another person.
Despite opposition from national Club for Growth, Club for Growth Wisconsin "has endorsed" him for U.S. Senate.
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker "is denying Democrats the right to vote."
Public-employee unions spent $30 million in Wisconsin unsuccessfully trying to flip the state Senate to Democratic control.
Democrats failed to flip the Wisconsin state Senate because recall elections were in the "deepest red districts in the state."
"Two elections in a row (Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus) has screwed up counting the vote"
Says Wisconsin state Senate President Michael Elllis (R-Neenah) broke Senate rules during debate on a photo ID bill for voters.
"Tommy Thompson wanted to implant data chips in humans."
"Wisconsin is one of the few states in the country that do not currently require a photographic identification" to vote.
Says people who signed recall petitions against Wisconsin state Sen. Jim Holperin received "harassing phone calls from out-of-state telemarketers claiming to represent the Democratic Party and insinuating foul play by petition circulators."
"I’ve been through four campaigns and have not done any negative campaigning."
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