Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Nickolaus changed software before April election breakdown - JSOnline

Probably nothing.

Nickolaus changed software before April election breakdown - JSOnline
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.

2 comments:

Suzan said...

Talk about giving yourself a virus!

Purposely.

Thanks for the great reporting!

Suzan

NoFoodie said...

Really? Try getting a forensic computer specialist there. Obviously the CONsultants aren't up to the job.