Byline: Pamela Zekman, William Currie; 1972-10-11; The Chicago Tribune; pages 1, 8
"An angry Stanley T. Kusper Jr., chairman of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, said yesterday that he is 'unalterably opposed' to having federal marshals in polling places in order to deter vote fraud in the general election on Nov. 7. . ."
Description:Despite investigations into vote fraud, the chair of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners opposes federal marshals overseeing polling places. Supplemental piece to Task Force Report on vote fraud in Chicago
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