MADISON (WLUK) -- Did voting equipment manufactured by Dominion flip votes from President Donald Trump to Joe Biden? Why were thousands of vote results from Milwaukee County reported in the middle of the night? Were thousands of absentee ballots issued without the required applications?
These are a few of the questions the Wisconsin Elections Commission is answering in a new section on its website. The FAQ comes in response to criticism of how the WEC handled last month's election and questions about the validity of the outcome. Biden, a Democrat, defeated the Republican Trump by about 20,600 votes. Wisconsin's 10 Electoral College votes were cast for Biden on Monday.
"We understand that some voters still have questions about how the election was conducted and how the winners were determined," said WEC administrator Meagan Wolfe. "It’s our job to answer those questions with facts and to explain what procedures Wisconsin’s election officials use to follow state election laws."
Trump's campaign filed several lawsuits in Wisconsin in the wake of the election, all of which were denied. The Republican-led Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections held a hearing on Monday in which several speakers described irregularities they witnessed and concerns they had about the election. The testimony was by invite only, and none of the speakers were under oath.