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Election fraud cases break out in 3 Democrat states, new voting ordered in one


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Bridgeport Superior Court Judge William Clark overturned the results of a Democratic mayoral primary and ordered a new election in connection to allegations of absentee ballot abuse. There are at least three election-related criminal cases nationwide.

 Natalia Mittelstadt

Nov. 5 2023

A new primary election has been ordered by a Connecticut state court amid alleged fraud, while Democrats in Massachusetts and New Jersey are also accused of or charged with election fraud. This brings the total of election-related criminal cases across the country to at least three.

Democrats in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey are facing various allegations of election fraud, as two instances are related to this year's elections while two more are with regard to prior elections.


Meanwhile, in neighboring Massachusetts, a Democratic mayoral candidate is accused of bribing residents to vote. 

Election officials for the city of Springfield say they witnessed voters being brought to the city hall for early voting and that at least some expected to be given cash after they voted for Democratic candidate Justin Hurst, according to local news outlet The Republican


Unlike Massachusetts, election fraud investigations that have been confirmed in New Jersey have announced charges against two Democrats. 

State election fraud charges from the 2020 and 2021 elections in two different cities related to mail-in ballots and voter registrations were announced by state Attorney General Matthew Platkin’s office in October. 

According to the attorney general’s office, Paterson City Council President Alex Mendez (D) is facing additional charges in a 2020 election fraud case, after having previously charged in June 2020 and February 2021.  



365 days until Election Day.  Nice to see Some people are getting in some practice.

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