2011 Wisconsin Supreme Court election
- Waukesha County - used Optech IIIP-Eagle and AVC Edge (both programmed by Command Central), administered by Kathy Nickolaus
- BradBlog investigation on the 2011 WI Supreme Court election
- Interview of John Washburn by Brad Friedman on 2011/04/07 about election irregularities (parts 1, 2, 3)
- Jonathan Simon, "Re: Suspect Tabulation Patterns In Milwaukee City and Milwaukee County", 2011 (old link, now 404s)
- Election Defense Alliance, "Report on Some Irregularities Documented in the April 5, 2011 Election and Subsequent Recount"
- Wisconsin State Journal, "No criminal misconduct found in Nickolaus investigation", 2011/09/28: "Acounty clerk likely violated the law when she failed to report thousands of votes in this spring's Wisconsin Supreme Court election, but her conduct wasn't criminal, state investigators said Wednesday. Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus couldn't explain how she failed to report the votes, investigators said, but they concluded she probably loaded a blank template into a reporting database rather than a template that contained the vote totals. Wisconsin law requires county clerks to post all returns on Election Night. Former Dane County prosecutor Timothy Verhoff, who led the probe, said Nickolaus' flub wasn't intentional and she wasn't trying to conceal votes. [...] The contest evolved from a sleepy race between an incumbent justice and a little-known state attorney to a heated referendum on Republican Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining law, which stripped almost all public workers of most of their union rights. The law's opponents made Kloppenburg their champion, hoping she would replace Prosser on the court and help strike the law down. Initial results from the April 5 election showed that Kloppenburg upset Prosser by about 200 votes. But two days later, Nickolaus held a news conference to announce that she failed to report the Brookfield votes, which flipped the race for Prosser. A statewide recount confirmed his victory. Questions swirled about whether Nickolaus, who worked for Prosser when he was a Republican legislator, was trying to stack the election for her former boss."
- Verified Voting's info on the counties (2012)
- Free Wisconsin, "NEW Proof of Waukesha Election Fraud", 2012