11% of voters’ records didn’t match at election

by thoughtfulconservative

This is comforting. From JSOnline,

One out of every nine Wisconsin voters in November whose names or personal ID numbers were checked did not match the state’s master list, a new report shows.

Wisconsin’s mismatch rate under the Help America Vote Act – or HAVA – for November was 11%, Government Accountability Board Director Kevin Kennedy said in a report to the board, which will meet Wednesday.

The 11% mismatch rate in November was much lower than estimates before the election. In August, the mismatch rate was 22%. It was the first time the numbers were made public.

So do we get a “do-over?”

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