Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-01-14 12:57:51 –
Madison, Wisconsin (AP) —Democratic leaders of the Wisconsin State Capitol decided to sign a letter on Thursday asking Vice President Mike Pence not to prove the outcome of the presidential election, so four Republicans were elected to the election committee. I asked to remove it from.
Fifteen Republican Wisconsin lawmakers signed a letter dated January 5, the day before the riots in the U.S. Capitol, and asked Pence not to prove the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Was one of the members of the Diet. Four of them are members of the Parliamentary Campaign and Election Commission, including Chairman Janel Brandgen and Vice-Chairman Joe San Felippo.
Democratic minority leader Gordon Hintz called on Republican chairman Robin Vos to remove the four from the committee, saying “incitement, seeking something obvious and simple.” Vos did not immediately return a message asking for comment on Hintz’s request.
“People who take advantage of the elected position to promote the lie that the presidential election has been stolen or reckless enough to demand incitement should be as far away from Wisconsin’s election law as possible,” Hintz said. He said.
Members of Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Georgia have called on Pence to delay proof of voting for at least 10 days so that they can investigate the elections.
The Republicans of the Wisconsin Election Commission who signed the letter are Branchen, San Felippo, Jeremy Teesfeld, and Dave Murphy.