Despite GOP rhetoric, there have been fewer than two dozen charged cases of voter fraud since the election

May 4, 2021 ☼ electionsfraudgoplies

Source: The Washington Post

Link: Despite GOP rhetoric, there have been fewer than two dozen charged cases of voter fraud since the election

On Election Day last year, a man named Ralph Thurman allegedly walked into Sugartown Elementary School in Malvern, Pa., to cast his vote. He allegedly asked whether he needed to produce identification and was told he didn’t. He then allegedly asked if he could vote for his son and was told he couldn’t. He left.

Forty-five minutes later, Thurman (again, allegedly) returned, wearing sunglasses. He claimed to be his son and asked for a ballot. Somehow, the people at the polling place saw through his scheme. Thurman faces felony fraud charges.

There is not much fraud, and it it is usually caught.