December 19, 2011

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Mostly False.

Milwaukee Journal:

If street names are illegible, the signatures will still be counted, said election specialist Katie Mueller. The signatures themselves will almost always be counted, even when they consist of just an "X." If names appear to be fictitious - "Mickey Mouse," for instance - the workers will flag the names, but will not strike them.
"We base everything on a presumption of validity," Mueller said.

Yet somehow when MacIver says the same thing Politi"fact" rates MacIver as mostly false?

Who gets to Politi"fact" the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel?

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