Judge holds Wisconsin Assembly speaker in contempt over 2020 election records

“A Wisconsin judge has held state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, in contempt of court for failing to provide documents related to an investigation that he ordered of the 2020 election.

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn issued a 15-page ruling on Wednesday stating Vos and the Wisconsin Assembly “have chosen to willfully violate a court order.”

Her ruling came after Vos and the Assembly did not provide documents to American Oversight, a watchdog group that has targeted conservatives on numerous occasions and had been lobbying the judge to hold Vos in contempt for months.

This is one of three cases focusing on evidence from Vos and former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, whom the Assembly speaker picked in June to investigate the 2020 election.”

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