MILWAUKEE – Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Peter Peckarsky has invited all candidates for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate to join as plaintiffs in two lawsuits.
Peckarsky filed complaints to start the suits on January 18, 2022, after the Wisconsin Elections Commission failed to act or respond after being served with Notices of Claim last year. The notices identified the Commission’s failure to comply with the Wisconsin Constitution’s secret ballot requirement as well as with Wisconsin statutes about Electronic Voting Systems. The complaints were filed in Wisconsin Circuit Court for Milwaukee County.
About Peter Peckarsky
Peckarsky, an intellectual property lawyer who in July announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat now occupied by Ron Johnson, has used his legal training and experience for more than 20 years to assist election protection efforts for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, California Democratic Party, Democratic National Committee and other organizations.
A Milwaukee-born and based attorney, Peckarsky has a degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a law degree from Case Western Reserve University. He previously served as consultant on strategic nuclear weapons forces and platforms to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, and on intelligence analysis to the Director of Naval Intelligence. His legal career spans election law, antitrust, patent, securities fraud and hedge fund matters, and the intersection of law with science and technology. Learn more at peckarskyforwisconsin.com.