It appears that Spivak and Bice have uncovered a case of voter fraud.
Probably the most stunning part of this story is that, Donovan Riley, the man accused of voting twice in the November 2000 general election, is actually a Democratic candidate for State Senate running in this year's election.
The complaint by All Children Matter, a proponent of private school vouchers, cites documents that suggest that Riley, a 69-year-old former CEO of the University of Illinois Hospital, voted twice in the 2000 general election, once in Chicago and then again in Oconomowoc. A well-heeled liberal Democrat, Riley is running a vigorous primary campaign against state Sen. Jeff Plale, a conservative Dem from
Even more pathetic is the fact that Mr. Riley is not exactly denying the charges.
"My best recollection is that I was splitting my time between
How is it possible to mistakenly vote twice on the same day? Voting once in
It is stunning to me how the Democrats continue to deny that there is a problem in
I live in
We cannot get a single person's attention long enough, to even look to see if their may be a problem in
Can you imagine what the Democrats would have said if anyone would have attempted to stop Mr. Riley from voting in
According to the Mr. Riley's campaign site he looks like a very respectable man:
According to his campaign Web site, Riley has over the years taught at
Can you imagine what the Democrats would have said if anyone attempted to stop this so called high profile, respectable Democrat from voting in the state of Wisconsin on Nov. 7, 2006?
This incident is further proof that there is a problem in
We need real election reform in the state of Wisconsin.