The WVA (Wisconsin Voter Alliance) came into being in September of 2020. It was started by a group of concerned Kewaunee County voters. We aligned ourselves with the Amistad Project, a division of theThomas Moore Society a nationally recognized organization that is assisting organizations similar to WVA in Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Arizona and Nevada. We adopted our mission to be “To Promote the Integrity of Our Voting Systems in Wisconsin”.
To All: The Wisconsin Voter Alliance will be testifying at this important March 10th hearing. Erick Kaardal, an attorney who represents The Amistad Project and WVA will be testifying. There will be some very interesting facts presented concerning the way the city of Green Bay conducted the Nov 3rd election.
On Wednesday, March 10th, at 10:00 an Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections. This is to be an informational hearing on general election review. Watch this important hearing on Wisconsin Eye at: https://wiseye.org/
March 18th BCTA speaker will be candidate for the 89th Assembly District seat, Elijah Behnke.
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Brown County Taxpayers Association to appeal sales tax ruling by County Circuit Court
The Brown County Taxpayers Association (BCTA) today announced that it is appealing a recent ruling by Circuit Court Judge John Zakowski. BCTA contends Brown County’s action to impose a half-percent sales tax is not legal. Zakowski ruled in favor of the County.
Background info on the action taken by the Brown County Taxpayers Association against Brown County related to the County’s new sales tax:
The BCTA has taken this action for the following reasons: