TV station find votes by dead, but official sees no fraud[/QUOTE
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Al Schmidt, a GOP election commissioner, said the station brought 20 cases to his attention. His office investigated and found three types of error: Some voters were alive and mistakenly listed on death rolls; some had the same or similar names to dead people in their voting precinct and erroneously signed in the wrong space at the polls; or poll workers accidently scanned the wrong barcode on the voter rolls.
In each case, the person voting did so only once, he said.
"There is no voter fraud in these cases," he said.