Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Milwaukee = Chicago III

GREG J. BOROWSKI of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel is bucking for a Pulitzer with his investigation of the Milwaukee election fraud. Today he reports that
"The newspaper’s review, the most extensive analysis done so far of the election, revealed 1,242 votes coming from a total of 1,135 invalid addresses. That is, in some cases more than one person is listed as voting from the address. Of the 1,242 voters with invalid addresses, 75% registered on site on election day, according to city records."

About 80% of these 1,242 cannot-find-the-address voters are fraudulent (20% were clerical snafus). The 925+ frauds in this batch are in addition to the 8,300-plus unverifiable votes. Do the math: that's 9,200+ fraudulent votes in a county that went more than 2-1 for Kerry. Add these problems to other unverified votes throughout the state, and that 11,000+ vote margin of Kerry's victory in the presidential election looks slightly more legitimate than your average $3 bill.

Courtesy: the Captain.

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