George Bliss
Pamela Zekman
In a press conference, chairman of the Chicago Board of Election Comissioners Stanley Kusper accused William Mullen, the reporter who worked undercover as a clerk in Kusper's office, of breaking the law because he technically held another job while collecting $20-a-day as a clerk, which is forbidden under Illinois election law.
This article takes a look at the investigators employed by the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners and why they failed to undercover any fraud in the March 21st primary elections.
Pamela Zekman
Upon Task Force reporter William Mullen's return to the Board of Election Commissioners office, where he previously worked undercover as a clerk, chairman Stanley Kusper denies Mullen access to voter records.
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