Conservative convicted of massive voter fraud in Wisconsin

by Ben Hoffman

Robert Monroe

Robert Monroe

Robert Monroe, 50, of Shorewood, Wisconsin was convicted of massive voter fraud on Friday. Monroe worked directly for Scott Walker’s re-election campaign. The fraud occurred during the recall election of Walker.

Monroe is also a health insurance executive for United Health who fought to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

According to public records, Monroe told investigators he suffered from amnesia when confronted with the charges against him. In addition to voting multiple times in the 2012 recall election, Monroe allegedly voted twice in the presidential election. All told, reports, Monroe allegedly voted a dozen times in five elections in 2011 and 2012.

Conservatives defended Walker saying, “It was for the good of the party. He’s a true patriot.” Monroe claimed it “was due to a state of amnesia” during one of his comedy stand-up routines.
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