Tag Archives: voter fraud

Wisconsin Cultist Leading Call To Decertify Election To Defend Fellow Cultist Charged With Felony Voter Fraud

The Associated Press reports: The former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice who led a fruitless 14-month investigation into the state’s 2020 election results appeared in court Monday to represent a man accused of fraudulently requesting absentee ballots. Michael Gableman said he was temporarily representing Harry Wait in a preliminary hearing in Racine County, the Racine Journal Times reported. Wait has been …

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Republican New York County Elections Commissioner Arrested By FBI On Absentee Ballot Fraud Charges

The Albany Times-Union reports: Jason T. Schofield, the Republican Rensselaer County Board of Elections commissioner, was arrested outside his residence Tuesday morning by the FBI and charged with fraudulently obtaining and processing absentee ballots last year using personal information of at least eight voters without their permission, according to an indictment unsealed in U.S. District Court. Schofield was led into …

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Another FL Villages Resident Gets Off For Voter Fraud

Click Orlando reports: A third resident of The Villages has admitted to voting twice during the 2020 election, court records show. Joan Halstead, 73, entered a pretrial intervention program Wednesday that will allow her to avoid potential prison time if she successfully completes court-ordered requirements such as performing community service and attending a civics class. Halstead acknowledged her guilt as …

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Cultist Walks After Using Dead Wife’s Absentee Ballot

Colorado Springs’ Fox affiliate reports: Barry Morphew was arrested for first-degree murder on May 5, 2021, nearly a year after his wife, Suzanne Morphew, was reported missing. Her body has still not been found. But in April of this year, after spending five months in jail and several additional months under court-mandated supervision, the murder charges facing Barry Morphew were …

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TX County Warns Of Cultists Scamming Black Voters

Houston’s ABC News affiliate reports: The Harris County Elections Office is warning voters about a new scam targeting private voter information. At least one county commissioner said a group with possible links to the Republican party approached residents living in Sunnyside in order to get their information. Neighbors in the Sunnyside community were taken back when they learned a group …

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Michigan Supreme Court Reject Appeals By GOP Gov Candidates Accused Of Submitting Faked Signatures

Fox News reports: The Michigan Supreme Court has rejected the appeals of multiple Republican gubernatorial candidates to appear on the primary ballot after the state’s Board of State Canvassers disqualified them following an issue with fraudulent petition signatures. The Friday decision by the state’s highest court means that former Detroit police chief James Craig, businessman Perry Johnson, financial advisor Michael …

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MI Gov Candidate Loses Fraud Appeal To Get On Ballot

Michigan Live reports: Perry Johnson’s appeal to get on the governor ballot has been rejected by the Michigan Court of Appeals. Johnson is one of five Republican governor candidates left off the ballot due to not submitting enough valid signatures. Nearly 7,000 of Johnson’s were tossed due to fraud, leaving him with 13,800 – short of the 15,000 requirement. The …

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Texas Court To Reconsider Crystal Mason’s Conviction

The Texas Tribune reports: The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has told a lower appeals court to take another look at the controversial illegal voting conviction of Crystal Mason, who was given a five-year prison sentence for casting a provisional ballot in the 2016 election while she was on supervised release for a federal conviction. The state’s court of last …

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GOP Operative Behind Ballot Harvesting In Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports: City elections officials last week received applications from more than three dozen Republican voters across a pocket of the neighborhood. Those applications requested that mail ballots be delivered not to the voters’ homes, but to P.O. Box 54705, an address registered to a recently formed GOP political action committee, according to state data. Many of those …

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No Jail For Republican Who Used Dead Mom’s Ballot

The New York Daily News reports: An Arizona woman who voted on behalf of her dead mother in the 2020 general election has dodged jail time. Tracey Kay McKee was sentenced on Friday to two years’ felony probation, fines and community service, after Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Margaret LaBianca rejected a prosecutor’s request that she serve at least 30 …

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Meadows Was Registered To Vote In Three States

The Washington Post reports: Voter-list maintenance is one of the dividing lines in American politics. Republicans argue that if voter-registration records are not regularly purged and updated, election fraud can take place. Democrats push back that too many voter-list purges are conducted haphazardly, removing eligible voters who don’t learn they are no longer listed until they show up to vote. …

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Accused Fraudster Meadows Registers To Vote In SC

The Washington Post reports: Mark Meadows, formerly President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, has ditched one Carolina for the other amid accusations that he committed voter fraud. Meadows, who is under investigation in his former home state of North Carolina for the alleged voter fraud, told the South Carolina Post and Courier on Wednesday that he is officially a Palmetto …

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Two Men From Florida’s The Villages To Get Off With Community Service After Admitting Felony Voter Fraud

The Orlando Sentinel reports: Two residents from The Villages confessed to voter fraud charges after filing two ballots in the 2020 Presidential election, court records show. Charles F. Barnes and Jay Ketcik pleaded guilty to casting more than one ballot in an election, a third-degree felony that could have resulted in a maximum five-year prison sentence. According to the pre-trial …

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Meadows Axed From NC Voter Rolls Amid Fraud Probe

The Asheville Citizen-Times reports: Mark Meadows has been removed from North Carolina’s voter rolls, a move made as the State Bureau of Investigation continues a probe into allegations the former White House Chief of Staff committed election fraud. Macon County Board of Elections Director Melanie Thibault confirmed April 12 that she had removed Meadows the prior day from the county’s …

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LOL: Voter Fraud At Salt Lake Republican Convention

Salt Lake City’s KTL News reports: Two men were caught trying to vote more than once in the race for County Clerk at the Salt Lake County GOP Convention Saturday, and the chair of the party says it may take legal action against them. “We’re going to probably send this to the Attorney General, we may actually prosecute,” said Salt …

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Mark Meadows Under Investigation For Voter Fraud

The Raleigh News & Observer reports: The State Bureau of Investigation is looking into allegations that a former Trump aide who once represented North Carolina in Congress may have committed voter fraud. Nazneen Ahmed, spokeswoman for Attorney General Josh Stein’s office, confirmed the investigation into former President Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows after the New Yorker first reported …

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REPORT: Meadows May Have Committed Voter Fraud

The New Yorker reports: On September 19th, about three weeks before North Carolina’s voter-registration deadline for the general election, Meadows filed his paperwork. On a line that asked for his residential address—“where you physically live,” the form instructs—Meadows wrote down the address of a fourteen-by-sixty-two-foot mobile home in Scaly Mountain. He listed his move-in date for this address as the …

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National GOP Groups Cite Voter Fraud Arrest Of Florida Cultist In Court Filing Backing FL Voter Suppression Law

Politico reports: Lawyers working for the Republican National Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee late last week asked a judge overseeing a legal challenge to the controversial Florida voting law to take notice of three incidents of voter fraud that had surfaced in Florida over the last two years. The court filing has not previously been reported. “Fraud is …

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Fourth The Villages Resident Charged With Voter Fraud

Click Orlando reports: A fourth resident of The Villages has been arrested as part of an ongoing investigation into voter fraud. Charles Franklin Barnes, 64, was booked into the Sumter County jail Tuesday night on a charge of casting more than one ballot in an election, a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison. Three other residents …

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Florida Is Hunting Down Double-Voting Snowbirds

The Orlando Sentinel reports: Florida election officials are hunting for snowbird voter fraud in the 2020 election, combing through records to uncover people who cast ballots in multiple states. So far three residents of the sprawling Villages retirement community have been charged with voting more than once in last year’s presidential election. Lake County has turned over another six possible …

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