State Sen. Alberta Darling(R-WI) watches the program during the third day of the Republican National Convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on August 29, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was nominated as the Republican presidential candidate during the RNC, which is scheduled to conclude August 30. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

State Sen. Alberta Darling (R), who served as co-chair of Mitt Romney’s Wisconsin campaign, recently told Mike Gousha of WISN that voter ID “absolutely”would have made a difference in the outcome of the presidential election.

Darling’s comments imply that voter fraud may have played a role in President Barack Obama‘s victory in the state on Election Day.

According to Talking Points Memo, “Obama won more than 52 percent of the vote in Wisconsin. His margin of victory over Romney was more than 200,000 votes.”

“We’re looking at all sorts of different precincts and all sorts of same-day registrations,” Darling said. “I know people will go, ‘We don’t have fraud and abuse in our elections.’ But why, why can’t we have voter ID when the majority of our people in Wisconsin wanted it, we passed it, the governor signed it? Why should one judge in Dane County be able to hold it up?”

The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided not to proceed with the case after it had been put on hold by a judge.

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