by Athena Thorne at PJMedia
The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) announced earlier this month that it is investigating “a recent pattern of fraudulent voter registration forms leading up to the 2022 Primary Election.” The inquest has arisen from the office’s current investigation of “cases of voting fraud from the 2020 General Election.” YCSO is working in conjunction with the Yuma County Recorder’s Office, which is formally documenting all the evidence the probe turns up. As of March, the YCSO says it had 16 open cases related to potential registration and/or voting fraud.
No one can go back in time and undo the irregularities and fraud of the 2020 General Election, which was documented in the recently released film, 2000 Mules. But it is possible — indeed, necessary — to learn by examining what happened and apply the lessons to preventing bad actors from ever compromising another election, going forward.
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According to the YCSO press release about the investigation, there are several categories into which most of the possible fraud fits:…Continue Reading