MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Prosecutors in Milwaukee County say they’re considering charges in several voter fraud cases from the November presidential election.
Two of the cases were made public because they required subpoenas.
Investigators are seeking records that might have shown that Leonard Brown voted twice in Milwaukee and West Milwaukee.
The other subpoena indicated that Chad Vander Hyden of Mukwonago voted both in his home town and in West Allis. Authorities said they arrested him, after he refused to meet with West Allis detective to discuss his signatures on poll books.
Prosecutors are subpoenaing employer records that would verify his handwriting.
Brown told the Journal Sentinel he voted in his former home village of West Milwaukee – and he also registered in Milwaukee after moving there, but did not vote there in November.