Wisconsin is in a legal battle over election integrity. Mark Hemingway writes:
Federal law also requires states to keep voter rolls accurate, and an excess of voter registrations is known to contribute to voter fraud, such as “double voting” – a single person casting more than one ballot because they are registered in different precincts. Nonetheless, keeping voter rolls current appears to be a widespread national problem. A 2012 Pew Study found that 2.75 million Americans were registered to vote in more than one state.
The latest federal data show eight states and the District of Columbia have voter registrations exceeding 100%, meaning that there are more voter registrations on file than citizens of voting age that live there. In total, 38 states have one or more counties where voter registration rates exceed 100%. Wisconsin is one of only 12 states that doesn’t appear to have an excess of voter registrations anywhere in the state.
[Mark Hemingway, “Wis. Elections Panel Sued for Not Cleaning Up Voter Rolls,” RealClearPolitics, November 20]
The law has long been purposely overlooked by the DEMS for their own selfish reasons to pad elections in their favor.
Trump is trying to reverse this.