Miss P wrote:
From the article:
"[Republican-appointed U.S. Attorney] Biskupic said there was no indication of a widespread conspiracy to commit voter fraud, or of any knowledge or involvement by poll workers or any other city officials."
also from the article
Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker, who also backs a photo ID requirement [said]
"Clearly, there is proof that fraud took place in the November 2 election,".
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett attended the news conference, an unusual occurrence for an announcement by prosecutors.
He acknowledged Tuesday the findings pointed to fraud and said again "any individual who committed fraud (should) be prosecuted."
Biskupic and McCann said they remain troubled that three months after the investigation began that city officials have been unable to account for a gap of about 4,600 votes, with more ballots counted than people listed as voting.
Same day voter registration necessarily increases the chances for voter fraud. This is particularly true if you do not require photo identification. I don't think I need to point out why the Democratic party is thrilled that these 9 states have instituted same day voter registration. Busing thousands of unregistered voters to polling places is an excellent way to overwhelm poll supervisors and increase the chances that corners will be cut for the sake of expediency. When polling places try to follow the rules of law you get the familiar Democratic rallying cry of "disenfranchisement". None of this would be a problem if voters were required to register a week before elections. Districts would have a very good idea of how many people to expect, staffing levels would be allotted accordingly and matters would run much more smoothly. It bears repeating that fair and orderly is better than 100% inclusive and chaotic. A few people being turned away at the polls for lack of proper registration is far better for the integrity of elections than thousands of questionable votes being cast.
What's the old saying?..."In a fascist country the trains always run on time"? I would attribute it, but I honestly can't remember where I read it. The Prince