To wit, Schneider writes:
Furthermore, the areas where vote fraud is most likely to occur are also those where it is least likely to end in prosecution. Vote fraud is most prevalent in big cities with large populations — which are almost uniformly represented by Democratic district attorneys. There likely aren’t a lot of Democratic DA’s who wake up every morning and say, “Gee, I wonder if I can demonstrate to the public that my party is engaging in vote fraud, and in the process, cost myself votes.”
It's almost as if the Bush Administration didn't launch a major investigation into voter fraud in Milwaukee. Remember that, the yearlong investigation where US Attorney Stephen Biskupic said there was no evidence of organized voter fraud in Milwaukee?