Wisconsin law firm concludes no evidence of widespread voter fraud in 2020 election
WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- A conservative law firm says they found no evidence of widespread voter fraud during their review of the 2020 election.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty conducted the review over a 10-month period.
Their report shows voting machines worked properly, and found limited instances in which ineligible voters tried to cast a ballot.
They also raised questions about how private grants were used to help clerks run elections.
"If we're going to allow private parties to fund our elections, which I'm not entirely sure we should do at all, that we have a mechanism to make sure the distribution of that money is even-handed," said Rick Esenberg of Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty.
The election grants in question were issued to more than 200 municipalities across the state.