Executive behind voter fraud billboards sought Scott Walker advice. (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 9/15/2014)
December 31, 2008. Steve and Nancy Einhorn contribute $1,000 to Scott Walker.
By the end of 2009, Steve Einhorn had contributed an additional $6,000 to Scott Walker. (Running tally: $12.000)
Scott, I need to know the rules for illegal voting in Wisconsin. Please check into the rules, including federal statutes. I need to know what the law is, if you violate it.
Walker's response, in a directive to Cheryl Berdan, an assistant administrator in his office.
Please help him out.
September 2010. "VOTER FRAUD is a FELONY" billboards go up in various parts of Wisconsin.
October 5, 2010. Steve Einhorn makes a $4,000 contribution to Walker. (Running tally: $16,000)
On the same day, Nancy Einhorn makes a $5,000 contribution to Walker. (Running tally, $21,000)
Two days before Thanksgiving, on November 22, 2011, Scott Walker gives thanks. (Running tally: $48,500)
3 smaller contributions from the Einhorns total $1,850. (Grand total: $50,350.)
It's working for the Einhorns.