More vote fraud
Here is a less than surprising article.
If there's one thing Donovan Riley apparently learned during his time in Chicago, it was "Vote early and often."He says "it's possible I made a mistake" What a load of crap. That isn't a mistake that is a willful and knowing act. Step one is disbarment. Step two is throwing his crooked butt in prison. Only way to clean up elections is to have substantial penalties for vote fraud.
Riley, 69, the former CEO of the University of Illinois Medical Center and a former law professor at Loyola University, is running for a state senate seat in Milwaukee.
On Nov. 7, 2000, the day of the big election between Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush, Riley appeared at the polling place in Oconomowac, Wis., where he had registered to vote just the day before, voting records show. His ex-wife owned a home there. "Then he drove down to Chicago where he was already registered and he voted again," said Michael Crooks, a Wisconsin attorney who filed a complaint against Riley with Wisconsin election officials. "This is about as blatant as it gets."
Waukesha County District Attorney Paul Bucher said it's usually difficult to prove such allegations. "But in this case, these documents seem to be pretty good,".
"My best recollection is that I was splitting my time between Wisconsin and Illinois and it's possible I made a mistake," Riley said in a statement released last week.
Not one word in this article about the party affiliation for this politician caught voting twice. You know what that means. Yep, his campaign website says he is a Democrat. For the last five years I've heard constant whining that Gore won the popular vote and ridiculous complaints of imagined vote fraud. We'll never know for sure how many living and eligible voters cast their ballots for Gore or Kerry, but I for one don't want to hear anymore of their BS complaints.