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Profile: Richard G. Frohling

Richard G. Frohling was a participant or observer in the following events:

After five years of cracking down on voter fraud, the Department of Justice under the Bush administration produces what the New York Times describes as “virtually no” evidence of massive organized voter fraud, despite repeated Republican claims that it is widespread and has cost the party elections. Assistant US attorney Richard G. Frohling of Milwaukee says, “There was nothing that we uncovered that suggested some sort of concerted effort to tilt the election.” Election law expert Richard L. Hasen adds, “What we see is isolated, small-scale activities that often have not shown any kind of criminal intent.” [New York Times, 4/12/2007]

Entity Tags: US Department of Justice, Richard G. Frohling, Richard L. Hasen

Timeline Tags: Civil Liberties, 2008 Elections

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