Wisconsin Battles Over Voter Registration Wisconsin Attorney General JB Van Hollen, who is also a co-chair of John McCain's campaign, has filed a lawsuit that is likely to cause chaos on election day. The suit demands that election clerks confirm the identities of tens of thousands of voters who have registered since the beginning of the year.
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Wisconsin Battles Over Voter Registration

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Wisconsin Battles Over Voter Registration

Wisconsin Battles Over Voter Registration

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Wisconsin Attorney General JB Van Hollen has filed a lawsuit that is likely to cause chaos on election day. The suit demands that election clerks confirm the identities of tens of thousands of voters who have registered since the beginning of the year. Many believe the lawsuit is politically motivated - as Van Hollen is co-chair of John McCain's campaign in Wisconsin.