RSS

WI Supreme Court: Why Kloppenburg will win the True Vote, but…

17 Feb

Richard Charnin
Feb.16, 2016

Reclaiming Science: The JFK Conspiracy
Matrix of Deceit: Forcing Pre-election and Exit Polls to Match Fraudulent Vote Counts
Proving Election Fraud: Phantom Voters, Uncounted Votes and the National Exit Poll
LINKS TO WEB/BLOG POSTS FROM 2004

Kloppenburg will definitely win the True Vote in the April 5 Supreme Court election… but she may once again lose the recorded vote as she did in the stolen 2011 election.

Important CAVEAT: This analysis is based on recorded primary votes. The recent history of Wisconsin elections indicates that systemic fraud always benefits the GOP.  We can therefore assume that the primary has also been rigged to some degree.

Bradley barely won the primary:
Bradley………… .. 251,355 (44.7%)
Kloppenburg……. 242,660 (43.2%)
Donald…………….. 68,252 (12.1%)

Bradley won  heavily Democratic Milwaukee County by 38.6-36.7%. Donald had 24.7%.   Jklo had  a 56.4%  recorded  Milwaukee share in 2011 (her True Vote was better than that).  We can assume that Donald’s voters will  switch to JKlo.  The 2011 election was  stolen (as they all are) primarily in Milwaukee.

This graph of 2011 Milwaukee Cumulative Vote Shares shows the massive fraud which caused Jklo’s CVS to decline from 74% to 57% (228,000 voted).

Rebecca Bradley……… 39,001 (38.62%)
Joe Donald…………….. 24,958 (24.72%)
JoAnne Kloppenburg… 37,021 (36.66%)

2016 Primary vs. 2011 Election

Let’s compare the 2-party vote shares in the 2016 primary to the 2011 election.Note the counties in yellow in the spreadsheet: 2011 to 2016

 Jklo had  49.1% of the 2-party vote in the primary. She had 49.7% in 2011. 

2016  Dane: Jklo had 79% in the primary  vs. 73% in 2011. Donald had 7.6%
2016  Brown: Jklo had 44.8% vs. 44.9%.  Donald had 13.8%.
2016 Racine: Jklo had 38.5% vs. 44.4%.  Donald had 11.2%.
2016 Waukesha: Jklo had 22.2% vs. 26.7%. Donald had 7.8%.

JKlo should win a majority of Donald’s voters in the election and  therefore would exceed her 49.1% two-party share. If she wins 80% of Donald’s voters, she will have approximately 53%.

The following table shows cumulative 2011 vote shares from the 25% mark in the Top 10 to the smallest counties in groups of 10.

Kloppenburg’s total share declined from 52.3% at the 25% mark to 49.7% at the final

Her share in the Top 10 counties declined 42,000 votes  from 56.2% to 51.1% .   But she gained  3,500 votes in the smallest 62 (predominantly GOP) counties. This is clear proof that the Republicans ignored small counties as they had few Democrats. There was nothing to steal. 

View the 2011 Supreme Court True Vote Model.

 County Votes JKlo Prosser JKlo CVS VoteChg Chg%
Group 1,498,880 745,012 752,400 49.7% 52.3% -38,773 -2.6%
1-10 840,510 429,725 409,768 51.1% 56.2% -42,224 -5.0%
11-20 262,200 118,722 143,208 45.3% 46.6% -3,459 -1.3%
21-30 148,615 74,457 74,058 50.1% 47.2% 4,381 2.9%
31-40 94,724 45,977 48,676 48.5% 46.7% 1,749 1.8%
41-50 68,722 34,211 34,459 49.8% 48.9% 638 0.9%
51-60 48,883 24,468 24,388 50.1% 49.6% 225 0.5%
61-72 35,226 17,452 17,843 49.5% 49.8% -83 -0.2%

 

 
Leave a comment

Posted by on February 17, 2016 in 2016 election, Uncategorized

 

Tags: , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

 
Richard Charnin's Blog

JFK Conspiracy and Systemic Election Fraud Analysis

%d bloggers like this: