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Rebecca Kleefisch contends Madison is using a vaccine mandate to keep Republicans from serving as poll workers

MADISON – Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch suggested Wednesday that a rule requiring poll workers in Madison to be vaccinated against COVID-19 is an attempt to block Republicans from witnessing potential election fraud rather than a way to protect the health of voters. Kleefisch, who is challenging Democratic Gov. Tony Evers in next year's election, made the claim on Twitter a month after telling a crowd Republicans need to recruit more poll workers and "hire mercenaries" to help them...
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Rebecca Kleefisch sues WEC over election laws

MADISON - The Republican frontrunner for governor wants the Wisconsin Supreme Court to rule on election drop boxes, voting in nursing homes, and moving polling places before Election Day. Democrats at the Wisconsin Capitol, on the other hand, are promising not to sit down with the state’s special elections investigator.
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Rebecca Kleefisch Sues WEC, Asks Court To Enforce Election Laws

(WHBL) – Add a lawsuit from the Republican frontrunner for governor to the investigations into last year’s vote here in Wisconsin. Candidate and former lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch on Monday asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to remind the Wisconsin Elections Commission about its duty to follow the state’s election laws. Kleefisch wants the court to rule on whether ballot drop boxes will be allowed next year, as well as correct WEC’s advice to local election managers about closing polling places, and WEC’s order to nursing home staffers to fill-out ballots for elderly voters.
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Rebecca Kleefisch sues state elections commissioners as Robin Vos says they 'probably' should face felonies

MADISON – A Republican running for governor sued Wisconsin election commissioners Monday just as the Assembly speaker argued five of them — including one he appointed — should be charged with felonies. Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, who served in former Gov. Scott Walker's administration when the agency was created and is running for governor in 2022, asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to declare illegal the commission's guidance allowing ballot drop boxes, nursing home poll workers and...
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Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch sues elections commission over 2020 guidance

Former Lt. Gov. and 2022 Republican gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Kleefisch on Monday sued the state elections commission, seeking to suspend guidance the agency gave to local elections clerks that allowed them to use ballot drop boxes, consolidate polling places due to a worker shortage and refrain from sending poll workers into nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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