Byline: William Currie; 1972-10-13; The Chicago Tribune; pages 3
"A member of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners has threatened vote stealers with a spot check of ballot application signatures in the board offices after the Nov. 7 elections. The unprecedented plan to thwart the historic vote fraud in Chicago was disclosed by Francis P. Canary, one of the two Democratic members, in an interview with the Tribune. . ."
Description:The Democratic controlled Board of Election Commissioners in Chicago reverses precedent and proposes a fraud check after upcoming elections, in part as a response to a Tribune series on vote fraud in the city.
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