He forgot that he voted twice the same day in two different places
The evidence against him included him signing up to vote using a false address in West Allis, after he'd already voted in Wauwatosa.
But Zore, 44, told a jury Wednesday there was a good reason he shouldn't be convicted of felony counts of double voting and giving a poll worker false information:
"It is hard to believe, I don't discount that at all," Zore's lawyer, Raymond M. Clark, told the jury. "But it did happen." . . . .