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?”