GAB finds 11 percent of voters did not match state lists
About 11 percent of Wisconsin's voters last month had names or ID numbers that did not match the state's computerized voter list.
The Government Accountability Board says that's about half the mismatches found in August, when 22 percent of voters had discrepancies.
Board director Kevin Kennedy said 275,000 new voters, and those who re-registered, had their records checked against the state list.
About 31,000 people did not pass those checks.