Wisconsin Senate Holds Hearing For Appointing New Administrator of Elections

The Wisconsin Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection held a hearing debating the consideration of nominating a new Administrator of Elections.

Wisconsin Elections Commission Members overwhelmingly voted in June to reappoint the current administrator for a new 4-year term that was set to end that month.

Currently, there is no “vacancy” for the position of Administrator and the current commander has been under heavy criticism over the past three years for the handling of the 2020 election.

The Administrator was involved in Wisconsin’s Electoral College votes being awarded to Joe Biden when all precincts reported Trump holding a wide lead.

From The Gateway Pundit:

The Wisconsin State Senate has the final confirmation of the Administrator of Elections as State Statute 15.61 specifically states that the Administrator of Elections shall be appointed by a majority of Members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission with the advice and consent of the Wisconsin State Senate.