Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich
Earlier this month Wisconsin Spotlight reported that former top Democrat operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein was given keys to the KI Center ballroom in Green Bay, Wisconsin where absentee ballots were stored and counted for days prior to the 2020 election.
Newly released emails by Wisconsin Spotlight confirmed this development in the battleground state of Wisconsin.
Then earlier today we reported–
Emails show that Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Wisconsin state lead for the National Vote at Home Institute, was given secret internet access at the hotel convention center where ballots were counted in Green Bay.
Wisconsin Spotlight is reporting on this Wisconsin scandal.
But Mayor Genrich and City Attorney Vanessa Chavez refuse to testify before state lawmakers.
They say they are busy.
FOX 11 reported:
The Assembly committee members didn’t invite city officials to the first hearing on March 10th, but they did invite them to the one next week.
Mayor Eric Genrich and City Attorney Vanessa Chavez say a scheduling conflict will prevent them from attending.
Chavez sent FOX 11 a letter she sent to committee chair, State Rep. Janel Brandtjen (R-Menominee Falls):
Hello Rep. Brandtjen. Thank you for extending an invitation to testify at the March 31st hearing to the City. I would be the proper person to represent the City. Unfortunately, I have a scheduling conflict on that day, so the City will not be able to attend on March 31st. However, as you may know, the City of Green Bay Common Council has tasked me with drafting a report on the City’s activities with respect to the election, which I am happy to share once it is complete, which will likely be ahead of the March 31st meeting. Finally, if you are hoping to have someone attend in person, I can certainly look at coordinating for a future date. Please let me know. Thanks.
Chavez says she has not heard back from Brandtjen.
They have prior commitments and can’t make it?