U.S. Senate candidate Peckarsky submits letter to Wisconsin Elections Commission
MILWAUKEE – Peter Peckarsky, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate sent the following letter to the Wisconsin Elections Committee today in relation to two previously filed Notices of Claim.
Dear Members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission:
Article III, Section 3 of the Wisconsin Constitution states: “All votes shall be by secret ballot.”
I urge you to consult with the Attorney General promptly so you may arrange for all future Wisconsin elections to be conducted in a manner which complies with the Wisconsin Constitution’s requirement of a secret ballot and fully protects the right of all the people of Wisconsin to be governed only by officials elected entirely by secret ballot.
As you may also know on Dec. 20, 2021 my counsel served a second Notice of Claim on the Attorney General of Wisconsin which raises issues as to whether Electronic Voting Systems (“EVS”), as defined in Wis.Stat. section 5.02 (4m), are being used in a manner which violates various Wisconsin statutes. The second Notice also raises the issue of whether the Wisconsin Elections Commission (“WEC”), given the facts and public records produced by the WEC pursuant to Wis.Stat. section 19.35, even had the statutory authority to certify one or more EVS for use in Wisconsin.
I urge you to consult with the Attorney General promptly so you can arrange for all future Wisconsin elections to be conducted in a manner which complies with the Wisconsin statutes relating to Electronic Voting Systems.
Peckarsky, an intellectual property lawyer who in July announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat now occupied by Ron Johnson, has used his legal training and experience for more than 20 years to assist election protection efforts for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, California Democratic Party, Democratic National Committee and other organizations.
A Milwaukee-born and based attorney, Peckarsky has a degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a law degree from Case Western Reserve University. He previously served as consultant on strategic nuclear weapons forces and platforms to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, and on intelligence analysis to the Director of Naval Intelligence. His legal career spans election law, antitrust, patent, securities fraud and hedge fund matters, and the intersection of law with science and technology. Learn more at peckarskyforwisconsin.com.
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