Sarah Godlewski: Liar, Embellisher, Non-Voter June 30, 2021 [Madison, WI] – In case you missed it, Wisconsinites already knew that Sarah Godlewski was a serial liar and resume embellisher who continues to make claims that she can’t verify. Now, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has revealed that Sarah Godlewski also didn’t even vote in the 2016 presidential election while campaigning for Hillary Clinton — for which she gave the bogus excuse that it was Gov. Scott Walker’s fault. It’s clear that after moving to Wisconsin just to run for higher office and failing to vote when her candidate was on the ballot, Godlewski doesn’t believe in anything except for self-promotion. As her fumbles continue to make headlines, she is no longer able to hide her complete lack of substance. Read more from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel below: U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Godlewski didn’t vote in 2016 election despite working on Hillary Clinton campaignMilwaukee Journal SentinelDaniel BiceJune 29, 2021 It takes some audacity for someone with a spotty voting record to ask you to cast a ballot for them. But that’s what is going on in the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate. State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski — one of at least a half-dozen Dems vying for GOP Sen. Ron Johnson’s seat — was hired in August 2016 as a deputy political director for Hillary Clinton’s Wisconsin campaign. In that post, she traveled the state trying to round up support among women. “My birthday is the day after the election on Nov. 9,” Godlewski wrote in a Facebook post on Nov. 4, 2016. “I don’t want presents or even cards.…All I want is for us to elect Hillary Clinton,” adding links for people to register, donate or volunteer for the Democratic presidential nominee. Godlewski, however, didn’t take her own advice. She never registered or voted in the crucial 2016 general election, a contest in which Donald Trump won the state by 11,000 votes and Johnson was elected to a second term. Jeremy Busch, a spokesman for Godlewski’s campaign, said she worked day and night to help defeat Trump in Wisconsin but never registered to vote because she wasn’t sure she met the residency requirements. “As (former Gov.) Scott Walker was ramping up his voter suppression efforts, she didn’t want to harm the campaign and didn’t vote out of an abundance of caution,” Busch said. “It’s one of her big regrets and if she could do it all over again, she would have absolutely voted.” Sarah Godlewski, then deputy political director for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign in Wisconsin, wrote on Facebook, “My birthday is the day after the election on Nov. 9,” Godlewski wrote in a Facebook post on Nov. 4, 2016. “I don’t want presents or even cards.…All I want is for us to elect Hillary Clinton.” Records show Godlewski did not vote in Wisconsin in that election. To vote, she had to live in the state for at least 10 consecutive days before the election. Godlewski came to Wisconsin more than two months before the 2016 election.