Michigan AG Issues Charges In 3 Voter Fraud Cases

The Michigan Attorney General and Michigan Secretary of State gave an update on three voter fraud cases out of Michigan.

From WXYZ:

The Michigan Attorney General and Michigan Secretary of State provided updates on three investigations related to attempted voter fraud, which led to charges against three people.

In Macomb County, a woman wass charged with three counts of election law forgery and three counts of forging signatures on absentee ballot applications.

In Wayne county, Carless Clark is charged with impersonating someone to vote and election law forgery, both of which are felonies.

Finally, Nancy Juanita Williams is charged in Wayne and Oakland counties in five courts.

Investigators say Williams is a guardian and planned to obtain and control absentee ballots for those legally incapacitated under her care.

In all, the AG’s office alleges she submitted 26 absentee ballot applications to nine different clerks to have them mailed directly to her. She also submitted voter registration applications for each person, according to the AG’s office.


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