From Frank Sinatra's hometown in Hoboken, N.J., to LA's Skid Row, dozens of mail-in, absentee and ballot box fraud cases have emerged.
Source: Just The News
Philly Fraud Case Expands
The U.S. Justice Department this past week charged former Democratic congressman
Michael Myers with stuffing ballot boxes, bribing an elected official, falsifying records,
obstructing justice and voting multiple times in federal elections in Philadelphia.
Myers was the second official charged in the scheme.
Domenick DeMuro, a Democratic ward chairman in that city, admitted in a plea deal that he had "fraudulently stuffed the ballot box by literally standing in a voting booth and voting over and over, as fast as he could, while he thought the coast was clear," prosecutors said.
DeMuro allegedly had a network of clients who paid him significant sums of money to rig elections over several years.
New Jersey mail-in ballot scheme exposed
Four New Jersey residents, including one city council member and one city councilmen-elect in Patterson, N.J., were charged last month in what state officials was a mail-in ballot fraud scheme. The four were charged with multiple crimes including voting fraud, tampering with public records and unauthorized possession of multiple vote-by-mail ballots.
West Virginia mail carrier nabbed in mail-in ballot scheme