State: No 'major' problems with supreme court votes
MADISON (AP) -- Wisconsin election officials say Waukesha County's vote totals in the state Supreme Court election appear to match totals from the county's municipalities.
The Government Accountability Board reviewed the county's totals after Clerk Kathy Nickolaus announced she failed to report 14,000 votes from the city of Brookfield. The new votes gave incumbent Justice David Prosser the lead over challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg.
The board's report says investigators didn't find any major discrepancies between the county's final vote total and municipalities' vote totals. They did find one vote for Prosser and two write-in votes for Kloppenburg that weren't included in the county's final tally. Investigators say there was no explanation for the anomalies.
A more thorough review of Nickolaus' procedures is expected to be completed within the next two months.