Oct 2, 2014

One in five Wisconsin voters: Don't know they'll need photo ID to vote

Jessie Opoien in The Capital Times has the story this morning.

Writes Opoien: "According to the most recent Marquette University Law School poll, released Wednesday, 20 percent of registered voters said — wrongly — that voters will not have to show an ID on Election Day. Among likely voters, the number was 18 percent."

For Republicans, these are dream numbers.

Confusion and chaos via dirty tricks and it's all legal.

Forget the Wisconsin and United States Constitutions, of no concern to GOP judges.

Frank Easterbrook of the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit leads the way in our district, giving the imprimatur of GOP hacks on the bench.

Wisconsin's 1,852 municipal clerks are not to blame; not many expect clerks to act as civil liberty advocates.

Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner posters don't exactly line the walls at Wisconsin municipal buildings.

Suffrage, what's that? When the Packers lose?

The Wisconsin Governmental Accountability Board, Kevin Kennedy and Mike Haas for example, are complicit but only after the fact, refusing public criticism of the law and the GOP judges corrupt results-directed ruling as Wisconsin citizens face their voting rights blocked after our election had already begun.

Maybe a GAB official will speak up and express concern about Wisconsin citizens not being able to vote?


Better to remain silent, and hope the ACLU files an emergency petition to the U.S. Supreme Court fast. [And they and other plaintiffs just did.]

Passive compliance from bureaucrats is to be expected; shocking.

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