Wisconsin Numbers Continue to Confound

Wisconsin Numbers Continue to Confound

Wisconsin Numbers Continue to Confound. Image shows Voter Registration down from 2016.

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Here are the Wisconsin Deadlines:

  • October 14, 2020 - Deadline to Register by Mail
  • October 14, 2020 - Deadline to Register to vote online
  • October 30, 2020 @ 5:00 p.m. - Deadline to Register in Your Municipal Clerk’s Office
  • November 3, 2020 from 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. - Register to Vote at Your Polling Place

2016 Election vs 2020 Election

2016 Wisconsin Votes Cast

So, in 2016 their were a total 2,818,998 Votes Cast-- In 2020 There were 3,129,000 Votes Cast

In 2020, There were 310,001 More Votes Cast in Wisconsin

2016 Voter Turnout

2016 Wisconsin Voter Turnout Was 70.5%

Ballots Cast Increased 11% in 2020. The Population Only Grew By 1.5%

  • 2016 TOTAL POPULATION WAS 5.773 million
  • 2020 TOTAL POPULATION IS 5.86 million
  • Population grew by 87,000 or ONLY 1.5% Between 2016 to 2020

Registered Voters Grew By 125,000 or 3.5% From 2016-2020 

Wisconsin Registered Voters

Voter Turnout Increased From 70% in 2016 to 85% in 2020?

Company Performance

Did Wisconsin Change Their Website Statistics?

The Numbers reported today by the Wisconsin Elections Website don't square with what was reported by the League of Women Voters (The 70.5% Voter Turnout in 2016).  If 2.9 million people voted in 2016 (70.5% of Registered Voters) Than 3.78 Million were registered to vote in 2016, not 3.56 as reported on the Wisconsin website.  That means they subtracted 220,000 registered voters from the 2016 list.

Why Lower the 2016 Number of Registered Voters???

By lowering the number of 2016 Registered Voters it inflates the Voter Turnout Percentages. So, instead of the 70.5% actual turnout reported by the League of Women's Voters, they can claim that voter turnout was actually 79.2%.


Voter Turnout increasing by only 5% is much more believable than the actual 15% that occurred.

Conclusion and Solutions

Its clear that voter registration in Wisconsin was in decline through September 2020. It is also clear that Votes Cast should be consistent with population growth. Wisconsin population grew by 1.5% yet, Votes Cast grew by 11% from 2016. The Numbers just don't add up in the Trump-Biden Race.


The Solution is simple but will take manpower and money. Simply check the voter rolls and call to see who voted and who did not vote in this election. Get signed affidavits and have those fraudulant votes removed from the final count.


It is 100% Legal to inspect and challenge those ballots cast. If Trump wants Wisconsin, it must be won through the Courts.

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