Former Wisconsin Election Official Found Guilty Of Generating Absentee Ballots For Fictitious Voters

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A former Wisconsin election official was found guilty of voter fraud charges on Wednesday after she generated ballots for fictional members of the military during the 2022 election.

Former Milwaukee Election Commission Deputy Commissioner Kimberly Zapata was found guilty of felony misconduct in public office and three misdemeanor counts of making a false statement to obtain an absentee ballot. Zapata’s lawyers claimed that she was a whistleblower trying to expose loopholes in the Wisconsin election system while the jury determined that she had committed election fraud.

During the 2022 election cycle, Zapata used My Vote Wisconsin to obtain three absentee ballots using the names of fictional military members. The ballots were sent to the home of state Rep. Janel Brandtjen, a Republican who voiced questions about the integrity of the 2020 election. Military members do not need to show an ID to obtain an absentee ballot in Wisconsin.

Brandtjen reported …

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