A Hialeah boletera at the center of a weeklong absentee-ballot investigation that muddied the Miami-Dade mayor’s race was arrested Thursday after police say she fraudulently obtained an absentee ballot from a terminally ill woman in a nursing home. Read more at: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/politics-government/article1941717.html#storylink=cpy
In a rare move, a Superior Court judge this week threw out the November election results for a City Council seat, ordering a new election after finding that the city's Democratic chairwoman took advantage of elderly nursing home residents.
During one recorded audio, Gloria Palmer explains that in addition to block walking and traditionally campaigning, she also has access to nursing homes with “codes to get in.” Palmer then explains that in the nursing home she “will get them to absentee vote for who we’re working for.” She also tells the caller she helps senior citizens fill out absentee ballots, and also mails the ballots for them.
A concerned citizen who serves as Chief Election Observer in a town in Wisconsin is blowing the whistle on how nursing home residents' votes are easily stolen. In an email to the "Dan O'Donnell Show," the person, whose name and identifying information have been redacted because of a fear of reprisal, explains in detail how fraud works at the assisted living facility in the community in which they live.
Lucy Corrato, a 91-year-old former South Philadelphia resident, is a longtime, dedicated nonvoter. She arrived at St. Francis Center for Rehabilitation & Health Care in 2014 having deliberately avoided voting for decades.
A young Republican is concerned he may have uncovered a case of vote fraud, involving his own grandfather, whom he asserts could have been unwillingly duped.
Through my nationwide contacts in the Election Integrity space, I have pieced together several new approaches to voter fraud that have been assembled by the Democrats. The approaches were developed and tested over the last several elections and are now ready for deployment during the 2016 election to make sure their candidate wins the White House.
A Texas woman has been charged with 134 counts of election fraud after she allegedly acted to register nursing home residents, many of whom were mentally incapacitated, to vote in the 2020 election.
A second county prosecutor has declined to charge state election commissioners with felony crimes recommended by the Racine County sheriff over guidance the officials issued to help nursing home residents vote during the most threatening months of the coronavirus pandemic.
Local social worker released on bond after being charged with 134 counts in election fraud investigation
Kelly Reagan Brunner, a social worker at the Mexia State Supported Living Center, has been charged with 134 counts in an election fraud investigation involving the registration of 67 of the facility’s residents, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced in a press release late Friday afternoon.