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Wisconsin Voters Get Chance To Do Away With “Zuckerbucks” Forever

Wisconsin voters now have the chance to remove Mark Zuckerberg’s undue and unsolicited influence over their elections.

This Tuesday, the people of Wisconsin will be able to vote yes on Question 1 and Question 2 on the ballot.

Question 1 asks: “Shall section 7 (1) of article III of the constitution be created to provide that private donations and grants may not be applied for, accepted, expended, or used in connection with the conduct of any primary, election, or referendum?”

Question 2 asks: “Shall section 7 (2) of article III of the constitution be created to provide that only election officials designated by law may perform tasks in the conduct of primaries, elections, and referendums?”

To those readers currently living in Wisconsin, get out and vote YES to both questions on Tuesday! Concerned MAGA patriots implored their fellow Americans to vote against Zuckerberg’s control of U.S. elections:

The Associated Press noted:

The other measure would enshrine existing laws about who can be a poll worker into the state’s constitution.

No Democratic lawmakers supported the measures when they were before the state legislature.

Western Journal reporter Randy DeSoto pointed out that a majority of U.S. states have already voted to end Zuckerberg’s clear election interference.

Washington Examiner revealed this related development:

The private donations come as Wisconsin voters are set to decide on two Republican-proposed amendments on April 2.

Voters will decide if private funding toward the election process is unconstitutional and if only election officials can carry out election duties.

The nearly $800,000 grant will fund two ballot tabulators, a text messaging service, 50 ExpressVote machines, and 210 Android smartphones for election officials.


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