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Training this morning

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G.A.B. staff at the recall center are working in another part of the room, off-camera, this morning for training.

Weekend schedule

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There will be a day shift working on Saturday.  No work Sunday.  Two shifts again Monday, and until scanning is complete.

G.A.B. seeks extension to process recall petitions

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The Board has asked for 60 days to process recall petitions, instead of the statutory 31 days.

Read the news release here.  Note, the motion contains a typo.  We are not asking for more than a total of 60 days at this point.

Webcam viewership update

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Recall Petition Scanning Update

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All recall petitions for state senators have been scanned. Approximate totals for each incumbent are:

Recall Cost Estimates

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We have received a number of requests for the data behind the estimate for Representative Vos about the cost of potential recall elections.  You can find them here.

Check out our webcam

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For security reasons, we're unable to provide public access to the recall petition processing center.  But we have set up a webcam to give the public and the media a way to check in and see what's happening., a Madison-based technology company, is providing the feed at no cost to taxpayers.  We're working on some issues with the picture quality right now, so please bear with us.

Click here to watch.

Welcome to the G.A.B. Recall Blog

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We've created this recall blog to give the public and news media current information about recall petition processing.

Please check back for updates!

Iowa County Reconvenes Canvass

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The Iowa County Board of Canvassers reconvened this morning, Friday, May 20, 2011 at 10:00 a.m.

Court Status Hearing Update

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At 11:30 a.m. Friday, Judge Neiss held a status conference on Waukesha County's progress in the recount.

Waukesha County Corporation Counsel Tom Farley said the Board of Canvassers is making significant additional progress on the recount now that it has been moved to a larger room. 

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