More evidence of voter fraud.
Six people were charged for election fraud in a run-off election in California.
Isaac Galvan won the race by only one vote.
A city councilman in suburban Los Angeles and five other people were charged for securing fraudulent votes in a runoff election that was ultimately decided by a single vote, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday.
Compton City Councilman Isaac Galvan, 34, was arrested and arraigned Friday, facing one count of conspiracy to commit election fraud and one count of attempted bribery with intent to influence an election.
Jace Dawson, a 34-year-old former city council candidate; Kimberly Chaouch, 48; Toni Morris, 34; Barry Reed, 61; and Reginald Streeter, 51, were also charged with conspiracy to commit election fraud, prosecutors announced.
The group is accused of perpetrating an alleged conspiracy that prosecutors said led to Galvan’s 855-854 victory over challenger Andre Spicer in June. The scheme involved Chaouch, Morris, Reed, and Streeter registering to vote at Dawson’s Compton address within the city’s District 2 despite living elsewhere, according to the complaint.
There was also an attempt to bribe the register counting votes that night:
Galvan is also accused of trying to bribe a registrar employee as she was counting ballots on election night, officials said.
Galvan and Dawson pleaded not guilty to the charges Friday. The remaining defendants will be arraigned at a later date.
Yet they tell us voter fraud doesn’t exist.
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