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May 11, 2005

Milwaukee Voter Fraud

From the Preliminary Findings of Joint Task Force Investigating Possible Election Fraud -- The Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the United States Attorney’s Office:

...the investigation has concentrated on the 70,000+ same-day registrations.

...In separate instances, persons who were paid money to obtain registrations allegedly falsified approximately 65 names on registration forms, allegedly to obtain more money for each name submitted.

...more than 200 felons who were not eligible to vote in the 2004 election, but who are recorded as having done so.

...the total number of counted votes [were] 277,565. City records, however, have been unable to match this total to a similar number of names of voters who cast ballots – either at the polls (under a prior registration or same day registration) or cast absentee ballots. At present, the records show a total of 272,956 voter names – for a discrepancy of 4,609.

From the Washington Post:

Democrat John Kerry received more than 71 percent of the 277,000 ballots cast in Milwaukee in the presidential race, and he took the state of Wisconsin by about 11,000 votes.

Remember, only the 70,000 same day registrations were examined. There's no telling what they'll find if and when they look at the other registrations.

And Kerry supporters continue to whine that he was cheated. Unbelievable!

• coverage: Captain's Quarters, Michelle Malkin

Posted by Danny Carlton at May 11, 2005 09:20 AM

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