Wisconsin state elections officials celebrated this week that only 70,000 voters had mismatched information in the state databases.
For what it’s worth, they probably do better in Iraq with their blue finger system.
State elections officials are calling a campaign to review voter information a success, despite finding more than 70,000 voter entries still do not match up with information in other state databases.
The report released by the Government Accountability Board says the names, driver’s license numbers, Social Security numbers and birth dates of the voters differ from those stored elsewhere. A nonmatch does not automatically disqualify someone from voting.
Many of the voters failed to respond to mailings asking them to verify information, and other letters were returned as undeliverable.
Hat Tip K. Newport