Racine County Sheriff announces findings, says members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission committed election fraud

The Racine County Sheriff announced the results of his investigation today that started with a complaint from a woman whose dead mother voted in the 2020 election. The bottom line finding was that members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission committed voter fraud in what the Sheriff called an “unusual surge in voting activity” at the care facility:

FOX 6 – Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling unveiled on Thursday, Oct. 28 the results of an extensive investigation regarding possible election law violations throughout Racine County and Wisconsin.

“Election statute was in fact not just broken, but shattered by members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission,” Schmaling said.

The sheriff said his office received a complaint from a relative of a nursing home resident who died in October who was suffering severe cognitive difficulties – and yet still voted via absentee ballot in the 2020 election. The person lived at the Ridgewood Care Facility.

Racine County Sgt. Michael Luell investigated the issue and found the Ridgewood Care Facility had an unusual surge in voting activity in 2020. Luell reported eight of 42 families of residents at Ridgewood Care Facility said their loved ones didn’t have the cognitive ability to vote and yet did.

The investigation only related to this one nursing home. But Sheriff Schmaling said he expects Thursday’s announcement will lead to others across the state coming forward.

Schmaling is calling on Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul to launch an immediate investigation.

Below is video of Sheriff Schmaling calling on the Attorney General to investigate broader election fraud by members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission:

Schmaling also said he no longer has confidence in the voting system:

Below is a short video of the findings from the sheriff:

Here’s the full presser if you’d rather watch the whole thing:

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