Problems Surrounding Duplicate Signatures Loom Over Big Labor’s Attempted Recall of Wisc. Gov. Walker

by News on November 30, 2011

in Government Employee Unions, State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By Brett Healy/

Welcome to Wisconsin. Home of recallmania.

As the unions strike back against the governor who forced them to ask permission to collect dues from public employees, controversy over the ongoing recall process is emerging. One liberal organization is saying people have a right to sign more than one recall petition. The state regulators admit it’s true, they have that right and although only one signature per eligible voter is supposed to be counted as vaild, their temporary workers won’t be accountable for finding duplicates.


This MacIver News’ report provides the details.

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