MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Private investigator Ira Robins was given a spot on the ballot Thursday for the lieutenant governor’s recall election. The Government Accountability Board said Robins had technical problems with his nominating petitions – and he was given until tomorrow to fix them. The petitions had enough names, but some were not dated properly. Robins fixed the problems, and Board staffers ruled that he had 2,023 valid signatures – barely more than the 2,000 needed to get on the ballot. Robins, state fire union chief Mahlon Mitchell, and fake Democrat Isaac Weix are on the May eighth Democratic primary ballot. The winner will try to unseat Republican Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch on June fifth.
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