State of Pennsylvania admits it can't prove voter id problem

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Did you see this on the daily show?

Incredible.

Apparently no one can find any voter fraud - and the few cases it found were absentee ballots that were forged anyway..

This was, if you recall, the great triumpth of the conservatives - they found some cases of voter fraud with abseetee ballots, and others involving some elections in New York and elsewhere several years ago.

Well, apparently PA and the other states - I think it was Wisconsin - can't find any now.

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From the Washington Post :

The analysis of 2,068 reported fraud cases by News21, a Carnegie-Knight investigative reporting project, found 10 cases of alleged in-person voter impersonation since 2000.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/election-day-impersonation-an-impetus-for-voter-id-laws-a-rarity-data-show/2012/08/11/7002911e-df20-11e1-a19c-fcfa365396c8_story.html?hpid=z3

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