Or at least his work did. In an article on the sloppy voting rolls in New York city, I found this paragraph.
The author of "Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens our Democracy," John Fund, said improper voter registration cropped up in "the Washington State governor's race debacle last year." Courts declared the Democratic nominee, Christine Gregoire, the winner of an extraordinarily close election after she lost the first two vote counts to her Republican opponent, Dino Rossi, but edged ahead on a third count. Mr. Fund said "hundreds and hundreds of people" were registered at a King County administration building, including a federal judge for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
And we all know who found that out.
(Much in the article will seem familiar to Washingtonians. Here's my post discussing the article and the Sun's editorial on the problems.)Posted by Jim Miller at August 30, 2005 05:15 PM | Email This