Wisconsin Voter Roll Anomalies Presented at the WI Campaigns & Election Committee Hearing Today
Veteran software and database engineer Jeff O’Donnell shared his analysis of Wisconsin’s August 2021 voter file at the Wisconsin Campaigns & Election Committee hearing today. He found “significant red flags” and “highly suspicious issues,” including:
• Although Wisconsin’s population is 5.8M with approximately 4.5M eligible to vote, there are more than 7M separate voter records, suggesting that voters are placed on inactive status rather than being removed.
• Approximately 3.3M Wisconsinites voted in the 2020 election, representing 93.7% of the state’s 3.5M active voters.
• 121,251 active WI voters have been registered for 110 - 119 years (https://t.me/LibertyOverwatchChannel/6114); in total, more than 500K active and inactive voters have a January 1, 1918 registration date. O’Donnell points out that while that date may have been used as a placeholder when information was missing, 500K is an alarmingly high number.
• According to the WI LAB audit report (https://t.me/LibertyOverwatchChannel/5796), 957,977 voters registered as new voters in 2020; 45,665 of these new voters registered with a driver’s license that did not match DMV records.
• 205,355 active voters have a registration application date of November 3, 2020.
• 10% of voters in the WI voter file (22% of all active voters) registered between May 3, 2020 and November 3, 2020.
• 31,872 of the voters who registered during the 6 months leading up to the 2020 election are now listed as inactive.
• In total, 42K voters (https://t.me/LizHarrington76/2290) who voted in the 2020 election are now listed inactive; O’Donnell points out that, even factoring in changes of address, 42K is an “excessive” number of deactivations for recently active voters.
•The WI registration database API allows users to “switch voters to active at any time as needed.”
“In conclusion, the irregularities and red flags found by both this report and the Valentine report indicate a huge potential for nefarious actors to access the WI registration system and… manipulate any voter’s status. There needs to be an investigation by competent outside database experts to explain the causes of the specific anomalies… and examine the system log files for evidence of external intrusion. The investigation also needs to determine if third party voter organizations have been granted access to the system to create, manipulate, or improperly utilize voter records.”