The former state Supreme Court justice that was hired to investigate the 2020 election in Wisconsin has asked the state’s election commission to make sure all records are preserved while he does so.
Special counsel Michael Gableman asked the commission in writing for the “retention of records and preservation of evidence,” and for officials to make sure local clerks also do so.
Gableman, who was hired by GOP state lawmakers, also wanted to know whether any records had been destroyed or altered since November 3rd.
The lawmakers want to know in particular whether election staff followed the state’s laws and whether electronic voting machines were used properly during the election.
Other GOP-led states like Arizona have also conducted audits of their election results, with audit results expected soon.
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