Furlong on recall: Voter fraud unlikely, mistakes may happen
The push to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker officially got under way Tuesday (Nov. 15), raising questions about possible voter fraud as supporters gather signatures. WLUK, Fox 11, interviewed Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences Scott Furlong about the issue for a story that aired during the evening news. “The evidence suggests that any type of voter fraud is pretty limited,” Furlong said, noting people are unlikely to intentionally violate the law. Still, honest mistakes are possible because the recall process is used relatively rarely. Full story.