With challenger Joanne Kloppenburg up by exactly 204 votes in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, a new find could have tremendous impact. It is now being reported that 500-600 ballots were found in Waukesha County.
More importantly for the election, Waukesha County went 73% for Incumbent David Prosser. If these ballots break the same way, by way of simple mathematics, this would be the result (assuming they found exactly 500 ballots):
Prosser gains 365.
That would be a difference of 230 votes, which would give Prosser a 26-vote lead. This could have massive implications.
Currently, the totals stand at:
Considering all of the other funny business that has been going on, this "found" ballot box could provide yet another twist.