Wisconsin Wave

Uniting Wisconsinites for democracy and shared prosperity

This is an archived version of the Wisconsin Wave website.

The Wisconsin Wave and other key movement formations of the Wisconsin Uprising continued well beyond 2011, playing critical roles in efforts to safeguard from abuse the re-call elections of state legislators and of Governor Walker. The Wave played a key role in pushing back against efforts the Democratic National Committee to end the recall drive against Scott Walker, and later, in the summer of 2012, organized a mass volunteer hand recount and audit of critical counties and districts in the gubernatorial recall election. The handcount found a variance of as much as 14% from official vote totals in particular jurisdictions, but was unable to demonstrate conclusively that the election had been stolen. 

Later in 2012, Liberty Tree initiated and coordinated a third No More Stolen Elections! campaign, which, like that of 2008, produced Voter Assemblies in multiple communities and an accounting of widespread vote suppression and ballot manipulation, but no evidence of anything significant enough to alter the outcome of the presidential election itself.

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