Vos says new subpoenas ‘possible, if not likely’ in election probe, which may stretch into 2022

Ballots are stored in boxes and bags as workers recount Milwaukee County's ballots at the Wisconsin Center. Photo by Adam Kelnhofer, WisPolitics.com, Nov. 23, 2020.
Ballots are stored in boxes and bags as workers recount Milwaukee County's ballots at the Wisconsin Center. Photo by Adam Kelnhofer, WisPolitics.com, Nov. 23, 2020.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says new subpoenas are "possible, if not likely" in the Assembly's 2020 election investigation, which could stretch into next year.
A Dane County judge has set a Dec. 23 hearing in Dem AG Josh Kaul's lawsuit seeking to prevent enforcement of the subpoenas former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman issued to the Elections Commission and Administrator Meagan Wolfe. That alone could push Gableman's probe into early 2022.
During a news conference ahead of yesterday's floor session, the Rochester Republican said he may try to compel Wolfe to submit to an interview befo...

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