A Republican legislative aide is under investigation for possible vote fraud after she cast her ballot in the November election in Onalaska although she lives in Madison.
It turns out that her boss is a co-sponsor of the voter ID bill that passed the Senate Thursday. Oops.
In a post on Facebook the day of the 2010 general election, Malszycki said she had voted for GOP candidates Scott Walker, Ron Johnson, Dan Kapanke, Mike Huebsch and J.B. Van Hollen and planned to return to her South Side neighborhood the next day.
Former Dane County Sup. Patrick DePula challenged Malszycki’s right to vote in Onalaska on her Facebook page then posted the exchange on his blog last month. A Madison man read the blog and filed a complaint.
As we’ve consistently reported here at TPC, ACORN, which was vindicated of all wrongdoing, was always a false target, especially since they made a point of spotting, and then reporting, voter fraud. The real targets were Democratic voters, but, as usual, the GOP should have been looking right in their own back yard.
Marcie Malszycki, aide to state Rep. Warren Petryk (R-Eleva): Hypocridiot-O’-The-Day.