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Trump files more local lawsuits over Biden’s victory in Wisconsin

President Trump and his campaign firm reiterated a litany of accusations of fraud regarding the recent election in additional legal filings.

COVID-19 infections slow

Local COVID-19 cases are seeing a gradual decline since a peak at the beginning of November, but experts warn the Thanksgiving holiday may bring a delayed spike in new infections.

With recount over, lawsuits start

Recount Completed, Election Lawsuits Filed

 

Town of Vermont loses six votes

Dane County certified its election results Sunday, finding no evidence of widespread voter fraud. The recount process, which was equal parts civics lesson and political spectacle, was prompted by a challenge to the initial results filed by President Donald Trump.

Biden’s victory confirmed in recount

With the election results certified after a recount, the area saw some minor adjustments to vote totals, but nothing significant.

In the Village of Black Earth, President-elect Joe Biden lost two votes. He lost one vote in the town of Roxbury, and added a vote in both the Town of Mazomanie and the Village of Mazomanie.

Mazomanie and Black Earth see a spike in COVID-19 cases, Sauk Prairie still high

Positive case counts in the Sauk Prairie area reveal why the local hospitals put out a plea Monday for residents to wear masks and stay inside: Sauk City had 32 new cases in the past two weeks, and the Prairie du Sac area had 78.

Sauk County officials, health care providers call on residents to stay home

Sauk County Public Health and Emergency Management, as well as representatives of hospitals and clinics, implored residents to do everything possible to stop the spread of COVID-19.

“Checks and balances” Inside the life cycle of a Wisconsin absentee ballot

By Nora Eckert

Wisconsin Watch 

 

This article is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access.

 

Trump’s Wisconsin recount seeks to throw out tens of thousands of votes in Democratic strongholds

By Nora Eckert and Anya van Wagtendonk

Wisconsin Watch

This article is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access.

Man murdered at Devil’s Lake

A Wauwatosa man was stabbed and killed at Devil’s Lake State Park on Wednesday, October 14. The Sauk County Sheriff’s Department is still seeking information about the death. John Craig Schmutzer was hiking alone and the Department is seeking potential witnesses.

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