CISION: ‘WI Special Counsel Commends City Officials for Commitment to Cooperate with Investigation of 2020 Election’

“BROOKFIELD, Wis.Oct. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Following the recent issuance of subpoenas, the Office of Special Counsel announced constructive progress in initial discussions with four of the five cities that received subpoenas. Public officials in KenoshaMadison, and Racine have all agreed to participate in interviews and share documents, data, and communications requested by Special Counsel Mike Gableman under the authority granted to him by the State Assembly.  Milwaukee City Attorney Tearman Spencer indicated during a press conference on Thursday that the city “intends to comply with reasonable requests made by the special counsel.”

Officials in Green Bay – the final member of the “Wisconsin 5″ cities that together received over $6 million in private funding from the left-leaning Center for Tech and Civic Life – have also received subpoenas. The Office of Special Counsel is still awaiting a response from Green Bay, where Gableman appeared Tuesday night for a lively and productive discussion with the Common Council during their regularly scheduled meeting.”

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