The Republican Party in counties across the state of Wisconsin is calling for Speaker Vos to resign. At least one county also voted in favor of a resolution to decertify the 2020 election.
A couple of days ago we reported that Sheboygan County in Wisconsin voted in favor of a resolution calling for House Speaker Robin Vos to step down as President of the great state of Wisconsin.
This movement is gaining strength. The Iowa County Republican Party in Wisconsin, in the “Iowa Caucus” voted this week to call for Robin Vos to be impeached and to restore Rep. Ramthun’s legislative staff. Only one vote against. This resolution from the Republican Party of Iowa County in Wisconsin also calls for the decertification of the 2020 election to be rescinded.
The Iowa County Republican Party in Wisconsin also passed a resolution calling for no private money to be allowed into the election process, particularly money like the CTCL that was used in the 2020 election to install unconstitutional drop boxes across the state. . The resolution calls for no more bribery in the state by enforcing existing laws.
In Wood County, Wisconsin, the GOP Executive Board is also calling for Vos to resign:
The Wood County GOP Executive Board is deeply concerned that Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is not representing Wood County Republican voters. Speaker Vos’s actions and statements and his general disregard for plain facts throughout the various investigations of the rigged 2020 election are reprehensible. These misguided actions of Speaker Vos and the fact that he continues to obstruct investigations and ignore the will of the people effectively calls for his removal from both the Speaker’s chair and the Assembly.
Robin Vos’s actions toward Assemblyman Timothy Ramthun show his derogatory nature and further support his impeachment. President Vos assumes too much control over potential Republican candidates at the state level and has ignored the voice of the people for too long. The Wood County GOP Executive Board is requiring that Rep. Ranthum’s staff (both full-time and non-full-time) be reinstated.
And finally, we strongly suggest that the constituents of Speaker Robin Vos begin the process of removing him from office.
Across the state of Wisconsin, Republicans can see Speaker Vos as the reason the state is not conducting forensic quality audits of machines and ballots in the state, and is in fact requesting more drop boxes for the upcoming election. , as we previously reported.