Milwaukee prosecutors are investigating at least two instances of suspected voter fraud from the presidential election in November, court records reveal. Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf confirmed Tuesday only that his office is looking at several referrals from area clerks after the November election, and not all of the reviews require subpoenas like those recently made public in the two cases. In one matter, investigators seek records that might prove Leonard K. Brown voted twice in the November election, once in Milwaukee and again in West Milwaukee. The other suggests a Mukwonago man voted there and in West Allis. That man, Chad Vander Hyden, was arrested on charges of double voting in December after he declined West Allis detectives’ invitation to come in and discuss what appeared to be his signature on poll records.
Vander Hyden’s attorney Susan Roth declined to comment, and he did not return a message left with someone who shares his Mukwonago address.
The court records show Landgraf has sought to subpoena various records from Vander Hyden’s employer in Menomonee Falls that might show more examples of his handwriting.
In the second matter, Landgraf cited subpoenaed lease records to show that from October 2007 Leonard K. Brown lived in West Milwaukee, Butler, Hales Corners, West Allis and, since July, in Milwaukee.
But West Milwaukee clerk’s records obtained by Landgraf show Brown voted there six times between September 2010 and November 2012, though other records suggest he hasn’t lived there since 2008.
Landgraf states in an affidavit supporting the subpoena requests that he therefore believes Brown misrepresented his residency to poll workers on each of those six occasions.
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