Kaul says he’d be stunned if state elections commissioners are charged over Racine Co. sheriff’s allegations


Dem AG Josh Kaul said it would be "stunning" if five members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission are criminally charged for acting in good faith while doing their jobs.
Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said the commission broke the law when it voted to suspend trained poll assistants, called special voting deputies, from going into nursing homes during the pandemic last year.
Schmaling, who says his office conducted a 10-month investigation into possible illegal voting at a Mount Pleasant nursing home, contends the commission's action may have led to voter fraud. He recommended th...

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