Clerks Asked to Keep Voting Data

Clerks Asked to Keep Voting Data

The man in charge of one of Wisconsin’s election investigations is asking county clerks to keep their voting data from last fall.

Former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice Michael Gableman sent a letter to county clerks on Monday, asking them to preserve any and all ‘record and evidence’ related to the November election. Gableman made a similar request last week to the state’s Elections Commission, but leaders there said the counties are the ones who keep voter data. Gableman is leading the investigation for Assembly Speaker Robin Vos. He has said he wants data from voting machines to make sure there weren’t any issues on Election Day.

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