Even modest in-person voter fraud creates trouble in close races. In Washington state's disputed 2004 governor's race, which was won by 129 votes, the election superintendent in Seattle testified in state court that ineligible felons had voted and votes had been cast in the name of the dead. In Milwaukee, Wis., investigators found that, in the state's close 2004 presidential election, more than 200 felons voted illegally and more than 100 people voted twice. In Florida, where the entire 2000 presidential election was decided by 547 votes, almost 65,000 dead people are still listed on the voter rolls--an engraved invitation to fraud. A New York Daily News investigation in 2006 found that between 400 and 1,000 voters registered in Florida and New York City had voted twice in at least one recent election.
Wednesday, January 09, 2008
Posted by Mike Stajduhar at 8:02 PM
We can anticipate a few weeks of "Who Is Obama, Really?" coverage to complement the "Hillary, the Comeback Queen who proved her resolution and resourcefulness on the mean streets of Portsmouth...". Yikes.
Posted by Mike Stajduhar at 7:55 PM