Monday, November 29, 2021

State Republicans see a rising ‘red wave’ for 2022

Leaning in Evers’ sweeping moves in a pandemic that has closed businesses and schools in hopes of slowing the spread of COVID-19, Republicans are planning to build opposition as Democrats seek a second term. The pharaoh called his decisions “draconian”.

Republicans are planning to call for changes to election laws — “we’ve seen from Racine County and the Legislative Audit Bureau … there were some discrepancies and irregularities with people filling out ballots,” Farrow said — but adds that They absolutely don’t want to bow down to the false claims of widespread fraud that Donald Trump has put forward since he lost last year.

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Farrow says he has no concerns about how the ballots were counted, a break from Trump’s unfounded claims the election was somehow hacked.

“Are we following those (election fraud concerns)? No, but clarity is needed in the next elections,” Farrow said, citing 48 recommendations to change from the Legislative Audit Bureau to standardize elections across the state.

After last week’s attempt to recall four Macon-Thiensville school board members, based on claims that teaching critical race theory in a suburban Milwaukee school district failed by a wide margin, Farrow said: “Not a way to remember It’s go.”


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