October 28, 2021 – Campbellsport, WI – State Representative Timothy Ramthun (R-Campbellsport) issued the following statement regarding the Legislative Audit Office report and Racine County Sheriff’s Press Conference:
“I continued to seek the truth and integrity of our 2020 general election. Recent
the evolution of the situation clearly showed that the legislator should not have certified
Wisconsin‘s 10 ballot papers on December 14, 2020.
“The publication of the Legislative Audit Office’s bipartisan report identified 44,272 voters did not reflect the correct voter identification and also revealed the massive increase in indefinitely locked voters from 4,505 in 2019 to 169,901 in 2020. Tainted or fraudulent, these alone should be enough to call into question the legitimacy of the 2020 election results.
Further, after reviewing today’s press release from the Racine County Sheriff
Department, it was confirmed on March 12, 2020, the Wisconsin Election Commission
knowingly and willfully ordered the 72 county clerks to violate state laws 6.84 and 6.875
concerning the vote of absentees in certain accommodation establishments and retirement homes. This
an illegal directive clearly violated state law 12.13 (2) (b) (7) which intentionally refers to
violate electoral laws. When combined with the Legislative Audit Office report, these actions verify that our electoral process was fraudulent.
“Therefore, I call on the Wisconsin Legislature to recognize its duty under Article 2, Section 1, Term 2 of the United States Constitution, as well as the guidance provided by Section 6.84 (1), to withdraw certification of Wisconsin’s November 2020 election results by claiming its ten ballots.
“We can no longer wait with stall tactics, wasteful spending of taxpayer dollars or silence from the entire legislature. It behooves us to take this historic action and answer the call for this injustice. Working with, by and for the people of Wisconsin is out of time. “
The 59th Assembly District includes Hartford, Kewaskum, Campbellsport, Eden, Cascade, Waldo, Mount Calvary, St. Cloud, and New Holstein.