Thursday, February 16, 2012

WIsconsin Senate Recall Failures

Looks like there are two "FAILS" in the Wisconsin Senate recalls.

You all know about Fitzgerald. 

But the Moulton recall is in deep trouble, too.  According to True the Vote, the recallers had to produce 14,958 valid signatures to force a recall election.  The recallers submitted 21,000 signatures.

But there were quite a few problems.  Signatures that were too late, or which came from people outside the district, or which were duplicates, or which were indecipherable, will subtract 1,829 from that 21K.

In addition, there are another 3,000+ signatures which are dubious.

True the Vote found 15,294 signatures were eligible--but it's possible that those 3,000 "problems" will pull the number below the required 14,958.

Stay tuned.

3 comments:

capper said...

Glad to see you're still so gullible, Daddio. You might want to double check on Fitzie's safety zone. He tried to disqualify the same photocopied pages numerous times. They're still 3000 over the minimum.

Tim Morrissey said...

What capper said. It's still looking like Fitz will have to stand for election again.

Deekaman said...

Guess we'll see. I'm looking forward to a crushing defeat for the Leftists.