I thought this kind of stuff happened in the movies, or on The Simpsons.

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Susie Sallee passed away in 1998 and has voted since. Victor Crosswell died in 1994, but has somehow exercised his right to vote six times since his passing.

According to CBS these are just a couple of people that have been voting from the grave in the Chicago area.

Ready for this number? 119 dead people have voted in Chicago a grand total of 229 times in the last decade! Chicago city board member Jim Allen claims the majority of these are "clerical errors". I have a bridge to sell you Mr. Allen.

This is not the bad old days, there are just a few instances here where a father came in for a son, or a neighbor was given the wrong ballot application and signed it. - Jim Allen

119 dead people, clerical errors. Here is an example of this type of "oops":

Tadeusz Ciesla, records show he voted in the year 2010, but his nephew Marek Ciesla says that’s not possible because he died in 1998. I know the city of Chicago knows this term, it's called FRAUD. Al Capone is spinning in his grave, as he votes.