Wisconsin has a population of approximately 5.9 million.
Wisconsin has a voting age population (age 18 and older) of approximately 4.6 million (click here – Federal Register :: Estimates of the Voting Age Population for 2021).
3.3 million out of 3.5 million eligible registered voters or 94%, supposedly voted in the 2020 Presidential Election in Wisconsin (click here – WEC Releases Analysis of November 2020 Election Data | Wisconsin Elections Commission). A statistical improbability.
Nearly 2 million out of 3.3 million people or 60%, voted absentee in the 2020 Presidential Election in Wisconsin with only .002% or 4,270 of those absentee ballots being rejected (click here – WEC Releases Analysis of November 2020 Election Data | Wisconsin Elections Commission). A statistical improbability.
Nearly 1 million new voter registrations were processed in 2020 in Wisconsin (click here – Summary 21-19 Elections Administration (wisconsin.gov)). A statistical improbability,
All 72 Counties in Wisconsin saw their voter registration rolls increase by approximately 7% in 2020, only to have those same voter rolls decrease by about 7% over the next several months (click here – Voter Registration Statistics | Wisconsin Elections Commission). A statistical improbability.
Some 205,000 names were supposedly removed from the E.R.I.C. Mover List shortly after the 2020 Presidential Election (click here – Why 205,000 voters were removed from the rolls without any fanfare (tmj4.com)) when democrats were successful in keeping them on Wis Vote for the 2020 Presidential Election (click here – Rightwing group nearly forced Wisconsin to purge thousands of eligible voters | Wisconsin | The Guardian). Some 69,000 of these “mover list” voters voted in 2020 (click here – https://elections.wi.gov/news/wec-releases-analysis-november-2020-election-data).
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