When will it ever be enough? Those who believe that Wisconsin’s election was stolen, or rigged, or fraudulent or whatever the latest conspiracy du jour are digging their heels in even more. They continue to make claims about irregularities in the election, even though of 3.3 million votes cast in the state, only 27 cases were referred to prosecutors. Most involved improper addresses on requests for absentee ballots, some of which were never cast. The Legislative Audit Bureau, at the insistence of the Legislature, has begun a review of the election. Speaker Robin Vos has hired Michael Gableman, a former Supreme Court Justice who has spoken at rallies for President Trump, to lead yet another investigation. And apparently that investigation is going to get bigger and more expensive. The two former detectives chosen to work with Gableman have quit, and now Gableman is basically being given carte blanche at taxpayer expense to hire as many people as he thinks he needs to get to the bottom of what happened in November. That will likely cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. What a waste. Our election officials have told us our election was secure and any possible cases of fraud, in single digits, will be prosecuted. What do they hope to find that the vote tabulation, hand recount, certification of the election and a non-partisan investigation have not found?