Wisconsin Judge allows two more organizations in major voting fraud lawsuit
October 3, 2008
A judge in Dane County Circuit Court in the Wisconsin State Capitol of Madison allowed both the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People and the Milwaukee Teachers Association the union that represents Milwaukee Public Schools Employees to enter into a lawsuit between the Republican Attorney General JB Van Hollen and the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board on a motion to intervene.
Other parties included on the lawsuit are the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, the Republican Party of Wisconsin, the American Federation of Teachers-Wisconsin, Madison Teachers Inc. and Madison Firefighters Local 311, bringing the total to 9 parties involved.
Van Hollen sued the GAB last month over its failure to comply with a federal law requiring state voting agencies to cross-check voter databases with driver’s licenses or social security numbers.