The Wall Street Journal's John Fund has something to say about voter registration corruption and the Democratic Party's association with violent felons they've hired to sign the People up.
As someone who was a minor participant in the DNC's 1996 voter file projects (via the now almost-defunct Texas Democratic Party), I can assure you that voter registration rolls are probably the least reliable public records of any in civic life. They are, across the country and in every locale, lousy with duplication, obsolescence, and unnoted disqualifications. (My own father, who has been gone for almost a decade, is, to my knowledge, still listed on the voter registration rolls of the county where I reside. This, despite me and one of my brothers telling the precinct judges of this fact every time we vote. What gets done about it? Nothing.)
Since felons and non-citizens who manage to find their way on to the rolls are far more likely to vote Democratic than Republican, maybe this explains how the Gorebot won the popular vote in 2000.
Time to apply some technology to the problem and get us some accountability.