Vote fraud in Washington State

A prominent Democrat in Washington State is charged with vote fraud:

Todd Stuart McGuire, a longtime Jefferson County Democratic Party supporter, was charged July 2 with voter fraud.

He's accused of either repeating a vote or impersonating his wife, Rebekah, by casting her ballot in a Feb. 6, 2007, special election. Both charges are Class C felonies and carry a maximum penalty of five years in jail and/or a $10,000 fine, according to charging documents.

Neither the McGuires nor Todd McGuire's attorney Ben Critchlow could be reached for comment last week or Monday.

Todd McGuire is scheduled to appear in Jefferson County Superior Court at 8:30 a.m. Friday, July 18.

The McGuires have been prominent in local Democratic Party activities. Todd McGuire is a former treasurer for current Democratic County Commissioner David Sullivan. Rebekah McGuire is currently a Democratic precinct committeewoman. . . .



Anonymous Anonymous said...

very interesting story especially when one reads this interview with David Iglesias a former US Attorney who refused to prosecute voter fraud cases because he couldn't prove them beyond a reasonable doubt


7/13/2008 3:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Big deal. Washington state is controlled by Democrats and there is "news" when they throw one of their won under the bus ? The real voter fraud ocurred when Gregoire "won" the state's top office "by 129 votes" in 2004 and nothing was done about it. We've been paying for that ever since.

7/13/2008 4:02 PM  

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