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More Evidence Wisconsin Voter ID Law Was Simply Partisan Move With No Basis For Action To Be Taken

July 6, 2017

The illogical notions that many people have about voter ID could fill any arena in this state.  This topic has often been posted about on CP.  This morning Urban Milwaukee adds to the discussion with a very important report concerning a former Republican office holder.

In a revealing interview with Pro Publica, former Republican state senator Dale Schultz, who served in the legislator for more than 30 years, offers a frank look at the false claims of voter fraud used by his GOP colleagues to justify restrictions that have suppressed voting in Wisconsin.

But Schultz soon came to realize the GOP claims of voter fraud were patently false. “Did anyone ever show you compelling evidence” of voter fraud? Sanders asks.

“No, in fact, quite the opposite,” Schultz says. “Some of the most conservative people in our caucus actually took the time to involve themselves in election-watching and came back and told other caucus members that, ‘I’m sorry, I didn’t see it.’”

So Schultz ordered his staff to launch an investigation “and come up with three concrete examples of voter fraud in Wisconsin,” he recalls. “Well, guess what? They couldn’t do it, and you need to understand the time, I had graduates from the University of Wisconsin journalism school on staff who’d worked for national publications.”

Ultimately, his staff could only find two examples. “One was a Republican legislative staffer who’d voted in the Madison area as well as back in her hometown in the same election,” Schultz notes. “The other was the estranged wife of a Republican. That’s it, and both examples were on the Republican side.”

One Comment leave one →
  1. Mary permalink
    July 14, 2017 12:33 AM

    Thanks for taking the time to continue to draw attention to the matter of voter ID. This was all a sham for partisan reasons!

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