Clerk Nickolaus altered Waukesha election software before April election breakdown

Shouldn’t she make restitution?

Sometime after final testing of Waukesha County’s election software – but before the April election – County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus mysteriously changed something in her office’s computer programming, according to a consulting firm’s report released Tuesday.

Only Nickolaus knows what she did. The consultants can’t figure it out, and she’s not talking.

But whatever she did, it caused a breakdown in reporting election results that will cost county taxpayers $256,300 to fix, the report says.

Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.