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Kimberly Zapata Wiki, Bio, Age, Charged, election fraud

Kimberly Zapata Wiki – Kimberly Zapata Bio

Kimberly Zapata was fired by Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson after he discovered that Kimberly fraudulently applied for military absentee ballots and sent them to Republican state lawmaker Rep. Janel Brandtjen.

Kimberly Zapata had been on the Electoral Commission for almost seven years.
Zapata was a longtime city employee.
Her LinkedIn profile lists only the position of deputy director.

She earned $60,866 in 2021.

She is listed as the Departmental Registration Coordinator for the City of Milwaukee Election Commission.

That reference calls her Kim Zapata.
She was promoted to the position of deputy director in July by executive director Claire Woodall-Vogg.

The executive director said that Zapata had worked for the commission for about seven years and for the city for 10 years.

She was also listed on a website as the contact person if people wanted to become poll workers.

Kimberly Zapata Age

Kimberly Zapata is 63 years old.

Kimberly Zapata Accused of electoral fraud

Cavalier Johnson announced at a press conference Thursday that Kimberly Zapata’s actions may have been to show that voter fraud was possible.

He also indicated that Zapata committed the act outside of work and was fired immediately after revealing the news to city officials.

He was already on leave for a personal matter.

I will not accept, will not tolerate, and certainly will not defend any misrepresentation by a city official involved in the election,” he said in a statement. “Never mind that this was an effort to expose a vulnerability that state law created. It doesn’t matter that this alleged crime did not take place at work. Never mind that the City of Milwaukee ballots weren’t part of it. It also doesn’t matter that there was no attempt to illegally vote or manipulate the election results. This has all the appearances of being a blatant and blatant breach of trust, and this matter is now in the hands of law enforcement.”

Milwaukee County prosecutors are considering charging Zapata with embezzlement in office, a felony, and unlawfully soliciting a ballot, a misdemeanor.

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