Some mistakes leave you slack-jawed. This is one of them.
The City Attorney of Green Bay wrote a letter defending the Democrat-activist takeover of Green Bay's election. When called on it, she sent a letter including the following quote:
...“Then-Clerk Teske was hesitant to accept any of the recommendations from Mr. Spitzer-Rubenstein, advocating that the current set up was the best way for staff to conduct the election, based on her experience,” Chavez wrote. “Nevertheless, her hesitations were overruled by the Mayor’s Office in favor of improving the public’s experience, and the recommendations regarding the layout were ultimately implemented to see if they would improve the process.”...
The Mayor, whose Catholic high-school education obviously didn't include 'Morals 101' made "improvements" to the voting process.
Only one problem:
...This is a clear violation of state law. The Mayor’s Office doesn’t get to overrule the City Clerk. She is the only one allowed by Wis. Stat. § 7.15(1) to have “charge and supervision of elections.” Amazingly, Green Bay’s City Attorney admitted in her report that Clerk Teske didn’t, thus rendering the city’s election unlawfully administered....
Some citizen of Green Bay should sue to claw back the wages paid this "attorney." After then run a recall campaign against their Crook-in-Mayor Disguise.