April 30, 2011

Kloppenburg lawyers up

Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate JoAnne Kloppenburg, who called for a Statewide recount of 1.5M ballots based on a notorious mishap in reporting votes to the AP in Waukesha County and who moreover requested of the Government Accountability Board an independent investigation into Waukesha County, sends an attorney to monitor the recount in Waukesha County — but three days into the process.

Would it be fair to say that is not beneficial to the "optics"?

Making me look like Nostradamus over here. Worse still, giving to Justice Prosser's "recount manager" Brian J. Nemoir* the upper hand.


* Of Waukesha County and as a matter of fact: "Too much Waukesha County," as Justice Prosser himself slyly put it in a March interview.

(WTMJ-4's report calls him "Brian J. Niemer.")


Anonymous said...

There should have been a lawyer there from day one, and frankly at every location. What a rookie mistake. Who is running the recount at Kloppenburg's campaign?

illusory tenant said...

I have no idea.

Anonymous said...

If you do not have a lawyer at the counts on day one you lose. Happens every time.

Anonymous said...

There has been a lawyer at the Waukesha recount for the Kloppenburg campaign every day since the recount started. Do some fact checking. The campaign would be a great place to start.

illusory tenant said...

I know that there are volunteers there. So has the campaign corrected Today's TMJ-4?