The Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said that Wisconsin’s online portal for voters, MyVote Wisconsin, suffers from a major vulnerability that can be exploited to defraud an election.
Schmaling stated that anyone could enter the mane and birthday of another and obtain their absentee ballots indefinitely… with the same identity to commit fraud over many election cycles.
Wisconsin election officials still deny these allegations:
Wisconsin Elections Commission (@WI_Elections): “There is no indication of any vulnerability with the MyVote application. The idea that absentee ballot requests made online, via MyVote, are more susceptible to fraud is false…”
— Mary Spicuzza (@MSpicuzzaMJS) July 28, 2022
Oh come on!!! No Indication of MyVote Vulnerability | Wisconsin Elections Commission https://t.co/2P9ZUJr2DS
— Jennifer Asper #RIPCORD #2000Mules (@j3669) July 28, 2022
The Epoch Times reported:
The Sheriff’s Office stated citizens have reported that “With only a person’s name and date of birth, anyone can request another person’s ballot and have the ballot sent to any address entered.
No identification is needed, and the requester can make a declaration of being indefinitely confined, thus, for the current and future elections, the requester will be sent someone else’s ballot at the different address.”
“The Sheriff’s Office is pleased that the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) had an emergency meeting last night to discuss this problem,” statement says.
Statement says the RCSO “disagree” with WEC saying “There is no indication of any vulnerability” within MyVote.
— Adam Rogan (@could_be_rogan) July 29, 2022
I’m seeing a lot of great plugs for @WI_Elections’ MyVote Wisconsin, this one at @sun_library. Use MyVote to register online and request an absentee ballot. Online registration ends on Wednesday. After that register in your Clerk’s office or at the polls. pic.twitter.com/XjdAUy6GCv
— Michael Haas (@MikeHaasWi) October 11, 2020
The Federalist added:
Racine County, Wisconsin law enforcement blew the 2020 election integrity question wide open on Thursday after an investigation into one nursing home.
It revealed not only that state election officials flagrantly broke the law and ordered health-care employees to help them, but that the problem likely runs much deeper throughout the swing state’s other 71 counties.