The wife of a Republican party official in Ohio was convicted in a months-long voter fraud scheme in November of 2020. The woman was accused of illegally forging signatures on absentee ballots in a local election. She was found guilty of eighteen counts, including tampering with ballots, election falsification, and perjury. Her husband, who ran unsuccessfully for a local office in the election in question, received no charges, although prosecutors suspected his involvement in the scheme. The woman now faces up to 18 years in prison and fines.
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