2 Pennsylvania Women Face Election Fraud Charges: OfficialsEpoch Times, United States politics | The Epoch Times

A Pennsylvania district attorney said that two women are slated to face voter fraud charges in separate incidents, with both trying to cast ballots in favor of their deceased mothers during the November 2020 election. Authorities in Bucks County said the two women filled out mail-in ballots with the names of their dead mothers. District Attorney Matthew Weintraub told news outlets that the incidents are isolated and said there was no evidence of “widespread or systematic election fraud here in Bucks County.” “In each of these cases, the system caught the fraud first, as it was designed to do,” he said in a statement last week. Danielle Elaine Dooner, 56, of Buckingham, and Melissa Ann Fisher, 51, of Quakertown, will be charged in relation to the alleged mail-in ballot violations. They each face violations of provisions relating to absentee and mail-in ballots, a misdemeanor of the third degree, officials said. Dooner …Read More

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