Washington, DC – During the 2020 General Election, a claim emerged that over 23,000 registered voters shared one phone number in Wisconsin, many at a prison or correctional facility. If true, then this would have surpassed the official margin of victory for the US Presidential election.
Look Ahead America’s Research Group investigated the original data sources to see if there was anything to this claim. The team contacted the phone number in question, interviewed staff at the Wisconsin Elections Commission, contacted one of the active voters connected to the number, and verified the eligibility of the top 41 most populated locations and all the jails in Racine County. The report provided at the link below gives the details of the investigation.
From the report:
Three of our reforms would have avoided this issue in the first place. Specifically, Mandated and Public Voter List Hygiene, Thumbprint Authentication of Absentee Ballots, and Creation and Sufficient Funding for a Dedicated Voter Fraud Investigation Division within the State’s Attorney General’s Office would restore voter confidence.
Ian Camacho, Director of Research, stated:
This report shows how much work needs to happen clean up the voter rolls in Wisconsin and elsewhere. When people don’t bother to spend the time needed to find and understand the issues, let alone clean them up, and then lob accusations at each other, it makes everyone else’s job that much harder.
If anybody reading this resides in Wisconsin, reach out to us directly so that we can help you file formal challenges against voters and clerks to clean up these issues as the WEC sure isn’t going to do it based on their actions thus far.
The Racine Report appears here: https://lookaheadamerica.org/racine.LAA_PR_Racine