REPORT SUSPECTED VOTER FRAUD AT 1-(877) 297-8923
VOTE FRAUD HOTLINE 'GOES LIVE'
Wisconsin voters who witness potential misconduct
urged to call 1-(877)-297-8923
(MADISON) - A toll-free hotline created specifically to allow Wisconsin voters to report any potential fraud and misconduct will be up and running when the polls open at 7 a.m. on election morning, the head of the Republican Party of Wisconsin (RPW) announced this evening.
The number - 1-(877)-297-8923 - will take information on suspected incidents of misconduct. Volunteer attorneys will be stationed across Wisconsin to help respond instantly in an effort to curb election fraud and abuse.
"Wisconsin's open election system makes it easy for legal voters to cast a ballot. Unfortunately, loopholes in the law also leave our system open to widespread voter fraud," RPW Chairman Rick Graber said. "This toll-free vote fraud hotline offers an additional layer of protection for voters across the state to ensure their legally-cast ballot is not disenfranchised by illegal conduct."
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Won't make a differeance if you do report it. Look what happened with those 5600 registrations the Repubs challanged and the challange was tossed eventhough there were actually no houses or residances listed at the addresses given.
Won't mean shit even if you do report it.
But thanks for the info.
Was listening to some radio show in the morning.
Caller said that daughter went to vote, and during check-in noticed that there were seven people registered to their address.
Only the two of them live there.
None of them were registered there for the last election, so they aren't former residents still on the voting rolls.
Five fraudulent registrations noticed before the ballots got into the mix.
She protested, and nothing was done.
Vote fraud isn't even discouraged, let alone prosecuted.
The number of fraudulent votes in Wisconsin will exceed the deciding margin by several fold.
Seems like the type of thing they might want to take seriously.