UPDATE: Mistakes won't disqualify votersWhy do we waste time and money with voter registration? With or without registration, the cheaters will continue to cheat and honest folks will vote only once.
Madison - The Government Accountability Board this afternoon couldn't agree on what to do about voters whose information doesn't match other records, and so decided not to require voters to show ID at the polls if they don't correct that information.
The board voted 5-1 to continue to match voter information to driver's license records, but said mismatches won't disqualify people from voting.
The vote came just after a 3-3 vote on a proposal that would have required voters to show ID at the polls if they hadn't corrected any mismatched information.
Just open the polls and let people vote. There will be no difference in the result of the vote.
On election day, I am going to tell this to the poll worker. "You don't need my name, just cross anyone off the list." It will all work out the same in the end.