News Flash: The investigation board, headed by Republican Kim Strach, hasn’t come close to concluding that any specific case involved double voting. Not one. Just like Republicans to insist that poll workers never make mistakes.<quoted text>
You didn't address the other 35,000 bogus voters
Do you think before you post?
"Last year, South Carolina’s DMV used Social Security matches to help find more than 900 people listed as dead who had voted in recent years, setting off a spate of hand-wringing about fraud. Attorney General Alan Wilson, a Republican, used the findings to argue for the state’s strict voter ID law—which was later softened after the Justice Department objected. But state law enforcement ultimately found not a single person who deliberately cast a ballot in the name of a dead person.(NOT ONE)
Nearly half the cases were the result of clerical errors by poll-workers. Others were attributed to DMV officials finding that Social Security numbers matched but not making sure that names did, among several problems.(About 45,370 people have been assigned by the Social Security Administration to each four-digit combination of numbers.)
In Iowa, Ohio, and Florida, attention-generating charges of voter fraud or non-citizen voting also have failed to live up to the hype once investigations were conducted."
It's nothing but Republican witch hunting. The problem, ass Woodtick pointed out, is the terrible state of the voter rolls.