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The Milwaukee County district attorney's office is seeking records from the Marriott Residence Inn in Glendale as part of an investigation to determine if three people who listed the hotel as their residence on voter registration records committed voter fraud.
The district attorney's office has been investigating a complaint accusing out-of-state election volunteers of voting in Wisconsin during the April 5 election. The complaint, filed in October, alleges the three are not permanent residents of Wisconsin.
A Milwaukee County Circuit Court commissioner approved a subpoena earlier this month that seeks records related to hotel charges and credit cards used to pay those charges for the three people suspected of committing voter fraud, a felony. The subpoena also seeks information about the vehicles the three parked at the hotel.
The hotel was ordered to provide the records.
One of the three under investigation is from Georgia, one from New Jersey and one possibly from Florida, according to court records.
The three registered to vote on April 5, election day.