May 20, 2024


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Tim Michels isn’t really ruling out overturning final results of 2020 election

Tim Michels, a Republican candidate for Wisconsin governor, launches his Michels Freedom Tour on Tuesday at his campaign headquarters  in Green Bay.

MADISON – Republican applicant for governor Tim Michels isn’t really ruling out supporting a legislative work to overturn the outcomes of the previous presidential election in Wisconsin.  

Michels, a building executive who is endorsed by former President Donald Trump, explained Tuesday he would “require to see the aspects” before determining no matter whether he would help decertifying the 2020 election, an illegal and extremely hard endeavor that has been promoted by Trump irrespective of it being impracticable. 

“You know, I have to work with the Legislature and see what these bills look like,” Michels told a WKOW reporter at a campaign quit in Green Bay on Tuesday in reaction to no matter if he would indicator a monthly bill pulling back Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes solid for President Joe Biden in 2020