Sunday, December 09, 2018

What the machine wants

John Kass has an interesting column in the Chicago Tribune.
David Krupa, 19, who is running for 13th Ward alderman, filed 1,703 signatures of ward residents to petition to get on the ballot. Political workers went door to door with official legal papers and collected more than 2,700 affidavits of people revoking their signatures.


"We turned in 1,703 signatures. We compared them to the 2,796 revocations, and found only 187 matches, meaning only 187 people who signed David’s petitions filed revocations," Dorf said. "So, what about the 2,609 people who didn’t sign for David but who filed revocations? That's fraud. That's perjury. That's felony."

Kass thinks nothing will be done. He knows what it's like there.

1 comment:

Assistant Village Idiot said...

It pays to remember that illegal immigrants voting is the least of our problems. It's the corruption of our own citizens that's the problem.