(Joe Hoft) The Vicki McKenna Show in Wisconsin discussed a number of topics on Thursday. She was excellent and then she praised the Republicans in Dane County who voted for a full forensic audit of the 2020 Election.
by Joe Hoft, July 30th, 2021
Earlier this week the members of the Executive Council of the Dane County Republican Party voted unanimously to support a forensic audit of the state similar to the one performed in Arizona.
On Vicki’s show this topic was discussed beginning at the 56:38 minute mark. Vicki says all the counties in the state should demand an audit three times!!!
Thank you Vicki for the great work.
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