Brookfield, WI – The Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women Biennial State Convention was held this weekend, and delegates from throughout the state unanimously supported a resolution in support of Representative Janel Brandtjen’s election integrity investigation.

“The women assembled here this weekend want to ensure the integrity of our elections going forward,” said Jennie Frederick, president of the Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women. “Free and fair elections are a most basic civil right, and we demand that our elected officials do what is right and make sure that any irregularities or questionable practices are addressed.”

The resolution passed by the convention reads as follows:

WHEREAS, the right to vote in a free and fair election is the most basic civil right, one on which many of our other rights depend, and


WHEREAS, we demand that our elected officials will always do what is right and fair in representing ALL of the citizens, and


WHEREAS, there were (in many states) discrepancies and questionable practices during the 2020 election, resulting in certified audits, leaving people to wonder about the validity of their votes, and


WHEREAS, it is so important to once again restore the people’s faith in the fact their vote WILL be counted in future elections.


THEREFORE, the Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women in convention assembled, do whole-heartedly support the efforts of Representative Janel Brandtjen in seeking a full and complete cyber forensic audit of the Wisconsin 2020 election and we demand accountability, resolution, action and/or prosecution based on the results of the audit.  We thank Janel for her hard work in this very important area.

Speakers at the convention included Senator Ron Johnson, South Carolina Congresswoman Nancy Mace, WI Congressman Scott Fitzgerald, State Senator Alberta Darling, and Republican Party of Wisconsin Chairman Paul Farrow. Officially declared candidates for Wisconsin’s constitutional offices were also in attendance for a candidate forum. Those candidates included: Rebecca Kleefisch, John Macco, and Jonathon Wichmann who have all announced they’re running for Governor; Eric Toney who is running for Attorney General; Patrick Testin, Ben Voelkel, David Varnum, and Cindy Werner who are all running for Lieutenant Governor; and, Orlando Owens who is running for State Treasurer. Mercedes Schlapp, a fellow at the American Conservative Union, was a keynote speaker for the dinner.

For additional information, please contact Jennie Frederick, President of the Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women at [email protected] or 414-429-1388.

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