Wisconsin "Voter Fraud" on the front page of the New York Times

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This morning's New York Times carries an article on its front page discussing the bogus "widespread voter fraud prosecution" throughout the country, and features Wisconsin. Makes you proud, eh?

In Wisconsin, where prosecutors have lost almost twice as many cases
as they won, charges were brought against voters who filled out more
than one registration form and felons seemingly unaware that they were
barred from voting.

One ex-convict was so unfamiliar with the
rules that he provided his prison-issued identification card, stamped
“Offender,” when he registered just before voting.

If only it were just Wisconsin. It's a story that isn't going to die any time soon.