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ALERT: Dem Mayor Candidate Charged With 109 COUNTS OF ELECTION FRAUD!

It seems like it used to be that if someone was going to try to commit election fraud that they were a lot better at hiding it.

Just take a look at some of the liberals that have been caught recently. They have all pretty much been doing it out in the open.

I’m honestly surprised that they don’t send a camera crew from the local TV station along with them they are so inept when it comes to getting rid of ballots.

A Texas Democratic mayoral candidate was arrested Wednesday night for applying for and receiving 84 mail-in ballots in Carrollton, Texas.

There was suspicion that voter fraud was taking place when a mailbox, allegedly for a nursing home, received a quantity of mail-in ballots. Investigators went to the home but found that the residents had not requested the ballots.

Police then began watching the mailbox and waited for the mail to be picked up.

They then got a search warrant for the home of Zul Mohamed, who’s running to become the mayor of Carrollton. Carrollton is about an hour north of Dallas.

Once inside his house, they found 25 ballots, some of which were already opened. Voter fraud is a major concern in the 2020 elections.  One candidate could win, but theoretically end up losing because of phony ballots.

Attorney General Ken Paxton said: “Mail ballots are inherently insecure and vulnerable to fraud, and I am committed to safeguarding the integrity of our elections. My office is prepared to assist any Texas county in combating this form of fraud.”

Mohamed has been charged with 25 counts of knowingly possessing a ballot with intent to defraud, a second-degree felony, and 84 counts of providing false info on a voting application, a third-degree felony. If convicted Mohamed is facing a possible 20-year sentence. This is Texas and not New York, so the possibility that he actually pays for his crimes (provided he is found guilty) is real.

From Fox News

The sheriff’s office said that on Sept. 23, investigators became aware someone had requested absentee ballots be sent to a P.O. Box in Lewisville, Texas, which allegedly belonged to a nursing home facility. But when investigators contacted Carrollton residents whose ballots had been requested, those individuals said they had not applied for the ballots.

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