BREAKING: PROSSER LEADS IN WISCONSIN SUPREME COURT RACE …Update: Prosser Lead Grows From 40 to 76! …Update: “We Are Looking at a SEVERAL THOUSAND VOTE SWING to Prosser”
Winnebago County returns posted by the clerk’s office give Justice David Prosser 244 more votes there than JoAnne Kloppenburg compared to the results The Associated Press tallied.
Kloppenburg led Prosser in the final AP statewide tally by 204 votes.
Both candidates received more votes in the clerk’s office numbers than the AP tally. Prosser netted 710 votes for a total of 20,701, while Kloppenburg netted 466 votes for a total of 18,887.
Those numbers are not official and could still change. The county was working on its canvass today and tomorrow, according to the clerk’s office.
JS Online has more.
An editor at the AP said the news service became aware of the discrepancy in the past hour. The AP last checked figures with Winnebago County at 10:14 a.m. Wednesday, according to the AP. The county adjusted its figures at 2:27 p.m.
We are waiting for a victory statement from the good Justice Prosser. Please- Please- Please—– Donate to Justice Prosser’s Victory Fund for the recount if you can. He will NEED the cash.
We are waiting for a victory statement from the good Justice Prosser.
Please- Please- Please—–
Donate to Justice Prosser’s Victory Fund for the recount if you can.
He will NEED the cash.
UPDATE: WE ARE LOOKING AT A SEVERAL THOUSAND VOTE SWING TO PROSSER.
Newsradio 620 WTMJ’s John Mercure reports, “I have been told that several thousand votes are currently unaccounted for and that the majority of them will end up going to David Prosser.”
“We’re not talking a couple hundred. We’re not even talking a couple thousand. I have been told and confirmed through multiple sources that this is several thousand votes and it will completely and obviously change the dynamic.”
UPDATE: Press conference at 5:30. You can listen in here.
UPDATE: BREAKING: Computer Error Could Give Prosser 7,381 More Votes, Victory
UPDATE: Melchert reported: Numerous sources tell me Prosser will pick up 7000 votes in Waukesha Cty. 14,000 votes were apparently not entered into computer system.
UPDATE: The race is over. Prosser won.