Follow-up: Task Force Vote Fraud Investigation: "Loose Controls Permit Vote Judges to Switch Parties" - William Mullen - Chicago Tribune

Follow-up: Task Force Vote Fraud Investigation: "Loose Controls Permit Vote Judges to Switch Parties" - William Mullen - Chicago Tribune

by: William Mullen | publication date: September 13, 1972 | Publication: The Chicago Tribune | pages: 2

"Control of Chicago election judges has been so loose in past elections that the judges take turns switching parties for each election, an investigation by The Tribune Task Force has disclosed. . ." 

Another follow-up article about the certification of poll judges reveals that oversight is so loose that the same poll judge can serve in a Democratic judge one year and a Republic the next. Reporter William Mullen finds examples of this in several precincts.

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