Mobile Ballot Harvesting Ruled Illegal In Wisconsin City

The 2020 Presidential election results were marked by widespread accusations of election fraud, especially in swing states. One of the areas of contention was ballot harvesting, and Wisconsin’s practice of mobile collection of absentee ballots in a 2022 primary election has been ruled contrary to state Election Law by a State Circuit Court judge.

The practice in question involves the city of Racine and its use of a van which would drive to a specific area and remain there for several hours. Residents could then drop their ballots off at this van rather than at one of the fixed drop-off sites in that precinct. The van traveled to two dozen sites over a two-week period. Far-left activist and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg funded the van via his non-profit organization Center for Tech and Civic Life.

The lawsuit against the van usage was filed by the conservative law firm Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL). The plaintiffs successfully argued that all the chosen sites for the van were in overwhelmingly Democratic areas of the city, and thus greatly increased fraud potential.

Judge Eugene Gasiorkiewicz in his ruling stated that the court filings in the case: “clearly indicated that the alternate sites chosen clearly favored members of the Democratic Party or those with known Democratic Party leanings.”

Additionally, the lawsuit successfully proved that the van sites were not located as close as possible to the City Clerk’s office, which is also contrary to state law.

Democrats have long favored mail-in ballots over in-person voting on election day. Absentee ballots have been at the center of many cases of election fraud nationwide. Troy E. Nehls provides details in his book The Big Fraud: What Democrats Don’t Want You to Know about January 6, the 2020 Election, and a Whole Lot Else. He documents many details about how mail-in and absentee ballots were a critical part of the Democrat Party’s 2020 election strategy in battleground states.

Data also shows that Democrats benefit more than Republicans from mail-in ballot abuses.

Eight states allow elections to be conducted entirely by mail, and all of them except Utah have voted predominantly Democrat in recent elections. In states such as Colorado, the evolution from GOP to Democrat has seemed to anecdotally coincide with all-mail voting.