The police in Marshall, Minnesota are investigating reports of voter fraud in the form of illegal registrations forwarded to them from the county attorney. There are only two incidents reported, but that’s not the point. State auditors or Secretaries of State usually identify discrepancies but often do not have investigative staff or authority to do on-the-ground research into vote violators. How does your county or local law enforcement handle reports of local voter fraud? Best to find out before November 3, 2020.
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10/8: The Public Interest Legal Foundation is investigating how 200 votes in Michigan were thrown out and if this problem goes beyond the state.
10/1: Governor Kay Ivey appointed Rosie Lyles, who was accused of multiple counts of voter fraud, as Hale County’s chief election official.
9/24: Michigan city clerk Sherikia Hawkins has been charged with six counts of felony voter fraud, stemming from the alteration of 193 ballots during the 2018 midterms.
9/21: Connecticut’s State Elections Enforcement Commission is considering a probe into possible ballot fraud in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
9/20: Democratic Mayor Nicholas Sacco has been accused of driving public workers to North Bergen to vote illegally.
9/19: North Carolina’s embattled Bladen County is facing new voter fraud claims, with double voting reported in the re-election.