No charges will be brought against two groups that were accused of election law violations in the run-up to the August recall election of Sen. Alberta Darling...
Wisconsin Right to Life gave campaign workers $25 gift cards for every 15 voters sympathetic to the anti-abortion cause that were enlisted for absentee voting.
Which does NOT fall under the statute. Not by a long shot.
Wisconsin Jobs Now, a community and labor group, held five block parties on the northwest side of Milwaukee. They provided food, prizes and a lift to Milwaukee City Hall where voters could cast absentee ballots.
Now get this:
Landgraf said he was influenced by the fact that both groups were acting in good faith to maximize voter participation.
So. Providing food, prizes, and a free ride to the voting booth FOR VOTERS while "acting in good faith" is not a violation. Providing prizes to NON-VOTERS is not in violation. Anyone can tell that there is no difference between the two, right?
So when I'm apprehended doing 65MPH in a 30MPH zone, but 'without motives suggesting any form of intent', s'pose Landgraf will do the Weasel?