Guess what Jill and Hill, the Wisconsin Elections Commission says they can’t find evidence that any of its voting machines were hacked. Do you have a plan B or are you going to let it go finally?
The Washington Times asked commission spokesman Reid Magney if there has been any indication of hacking.
“No evidence of hacking,” Mr. Magney said in an email.
The commission previously issued a statement saying it will routinely audit the performance of a sample of machines, which must achieve a performance rate of no more than one mistake per 500,000 votes. Since performing the audit beginning in 2006, not one machine has failed, the commission said.
Ms. Stein is raising a huge sum, heading toward $7 million, to pay for recounts in three battleground states where Republican Donald Trump scored upsets and won the presidency –– Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.