I'm thinking the chances are 100%.
She deliberately set up a system with no oversight but her own, then refused to change that system to comply with accepted guidelines.
No one has yet offered a non-fraud-based explanation for that several hours-long blackout on voting results from the county.
She used to work for Prosser, technically -- he was Minority Leader in the state assembly when she worked for the Republican assembly caucus in the nineties.
She was a computer tech and programmer, so presumably knows how to put together a decent fake on a computer. And because there's no oversight, she doesn't need to create thousands of fake voters. As far as I can tell, literally all she has are numbers on a spreadsheet, with none of the usual cross-checks, numbers, and tickets to back them up.
Most damning of all, this "error" gives Prosser exactly the number of votes needed to prevent the automatic, free recount that would otherwise have happened. Finding 7,400 votes wouldn't have been enough. Finding 7,500 puts them exactly over the top.
Now, if Kloppenburg wants to call for a recount, she'll have to pay for it. Estimates put that cost at about $1 million. She'll be under intense pressure not to "waste all that money and time", because look! Prosser's ahead by a virtual landslide (pun intended) and she's just being a sore loser.
I retract my earlier statement about wanting to know who to throw things at. Now all I want to know is how to get the feds looking at this as quickly as possible.