Voting fraud isn’t committed by voters, example #4,598,243.
The district attorney in Hampden County is investigating whether a Republican candidate for state representative orchestrated an illegal scheme to cast absentee ballots on behalf of hundreds of voters in hope of winning a primary election.
State election officials were tipped off to the potential voter fraud when a suspiciously large number of residents of the Springfield suburb of East Longmeadow suddenly changed party registration from Democrat to independent, making them eligible to vote in the upcoming Republican primary.
When contacted, several of the voters said they had not changed party affiliations, raising concern that someone had switched their party in an attempt to cast fraudulent absentee ballots on their behalf.
And this concludes yet another episode of If Republicans Hate Voter Fraud So Much, Why Don’t They Stop Doing It? which has been produced in partnership with Voter ID Wouldn’t Have Done a Thing to Stop This.