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Edward G. was talking about Florida electoral tallies, but recent history tells us that we should be nervous about a fair vote coming out of Wisconsin. In 2000 an Election Day "smokes for votes" campaign run by Milwaukee Democrats was snuffed out. On Election Day four years later, the number of votes cast in heavily-Democratic Milwaukee County exceeded, by 4,609, the number of voters that day. On that same day, five Kerry-Edwards staffers, including the adult sons of two Milwaukee Democratic politicians, were caught slashing the tires of vans rented by the county Republican Party for its get-out-the-vote effort.
Do you want more? In 2008 these Wisconsinites were charged with either voting illegally or illegally registering to vote. And last fall the Daily Caller reported on an ACORN-related vote fraud conviction in America's Dairyland.
Why am I bringing this up? Because in a closely-watched Wisconsin Supreme Court race, the Democratic -favored candidate leads the conservative incumbent by a few hundred votes. A recount is certain. Unions are hoping replacing the justice could lead to the overturn of Governor Scott Walker's budget-repair bill, which greatly restricts collective bargaining for most state workers.
Wisconsin Dems deal from the bottom of their cheese-stained deck.
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