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murielm99 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-11-11 03:27 PM
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37. I would imagine that in the past, the canvases have been
so routine that it has not mattered. It is simply a matter of each county chairman or their designee looking at the numbers and signing off on them.

I have done that as a county chairman. If I could not attend, I sent another member of the executive committee. I did not worry about their computer skills as much as I did their experience and ability to understand the process. Of course the laws differ somewhat in my state, but the process is similar.

I know that Wisconsin has a state law that requires a paper trail. I can only hope that all those ballots are intact somewhere. Are they still stored in the courthouse at this time? The GAB should have them by now. Is there anyone here who knows?
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