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Wisconsin Dems file complaint over ‘Koch brothers-funded scheme to suppress votes’ The Democratic Party of Wisconsin filed a complaint on Tuesday seeking to stop what it called a Koch brothers-funded scheme to suppress Democratic votes in upcoming Republican recall elections.
Politico reported that Americans for Prosperity sent absentee ballots to Democrats in two Wisconsin state Senate recall districts with instructions that could render the votes ineligible.
Ballots must be received by August 9 to be counted, but the instructions say to return the paperwork two days later, by August 11.
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The conservative billionaire duo's Americans for Prosperity nonprofit has spent $700,000 on ads supporting the governor's record as the recall effort against him gains steam. Last year, they were reportedly behind Walker in his showdown with unions over the state budget.