Byline: William Currie; 1972-10-05; The Chicago Tribune; pages 1, 5
"The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners has been using maintenance on its 6,200 election machines to pad payrolls at a cost of hundreds of thousands of dollars each year to taxpayers. The Tribune has learned [sic]. The scandal-ridden Election Board, headed by Stanley T. Kusper, Jr., has $400,000 budgeted this year to pay 52 election machine servicemen for 6,200 machines - a ratio of one man for every 120 machines. . ."
Description:Part of the Tribune's Task Force Report on vote fraud in Chicago.
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