- Poll worker accused of voting at least six times in 2012 elections
- May have committed voter fraud in two previous elections
- Two other workers indicted at same time with more voter fraud
A so-called “veteran” poll worker was officially indicted this week with eight counts of voter fraud in the 2012 presidential election. She admitted to voting for Barack Obama twice but has been accused of placing at least six different votes.
She is also charged with voter fraud in the 2008 and 2011 elections. Two other poll workers have been charged separately with similar vote fraud accusations.
“Yes, I voted twice,” the Cincinnati poll worker said on camera, fearing that her vote would not count if she only voted once, like a typical law-abiding citizen. She is accused of using an absentee ballot to vote through the mail along with her vote in-person on election day. Ohio county prosecutors said she has also been charged with voting under the names of at least five other people in previous elections.
This makes one wonder how legitimate any election really is in the United States.