With worn-out clichés about the dead voting, Chicago used to be the poster child for voter fraud.
But if any state is a poster child for terrible election practices, it is surely Georgia.
Bold claims demand bold evidence, and unfortunately there's plenty; on Monday, McClatchy reported a string of irregularities from the state's primary election in May, including one precinct with a 243-percent turnout.
McClatchy's data comes from a federal lawsuit filed against the state.
In addition to the problem in Habersham County's Mud Creek precinct, where it appeared that 276 registered voters managed to cast 670 ballots, the piece describes numerous other issues with both voter registration and electronic voting machines.
(In fact it was later corrected to show 3,704 registered voters in the precinct.)