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Voter Fraud is in Virginia too

by on April 4, 2012

A Richmond grand jury on Monday indicted 10 convicted felons on charges of election fraud for allegedly lying on voter registration forms during the 2008 presidential election campaign.

Commonwealth’s Attorney Michael N. Herring said each of those indicted spoke with a solicitor who was trying to get people to register to vote. In most cases, the person told the solicitor that he or she was a felon, and some of those indicted told a solicitor they therefore could not vote.

Herring said the solicitors told each person they could vote, which wasn’t true. In some cases, Herring said, a solicitor told the felon that new legislation had restored the felon’s right to vote or that if he or she was going through a process to have voting rights restored, he or she could vote.

So do the Democratic Delegates in Virginia still want to claim that there has never been a single instance of voter fraud in Virginia??? 





From → Law, Virginia

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