The DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office filed five charges against people linked with the 2020 general election.
As the Illinois state’s attorney’s office claims, all those five people faced one felony charge of perjury linked to the election code.
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The prosecutor said that three of five people faced accusations of casting a ballot for others. The two remaining individuals were from Austin, Texas, and they said that they have lived in DuPage County address for more than 30 days before Election Day. But the investigators knew that they were lying about their home address so they could vote.
“In three cases, the defendants tried to cast a ballot for someone other than themselves, according to a statement from the state’s attorney’s office. In two others, the defendants claimed they lived in DuPage County for 30 days prior to the election when in fact they lived elsewhere, prosecutors said,” stated local news.
“The charges include counts of forgery and perjury in election code, all class three felonies. A judge on Tuesday signed arrest warrants for the five defendants, each with a $1,000 bail,” the report continued.
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In 2016, the county went 53,1 % for Hillary Clinton and 38% for Trump. In 2020, the county went 58% for Joe Biden and 39.9 % for Donald Trump.
On Tuesday, the judge signed the arrest warrants for the five accused suspects, and everyone has to pay $1,000.
It is the second significant case of voter fraud if you didn’t know.
The first one was when a justice of the peace and three others in Texas faced arrest and 150 charges of voter fraud.
It was Medina County Justice of the Peace, Thomas Ramirez.
“I was stunned by the allegations because there is absolutely no truth to them. I have spent the last 27 years building my law practice and serving in this community which has created my reputation for fairness, sincerity, and integrity. … For people who know me, these allegations are absurd. To those who don’t, it provides reason to sneer and hate,” Ramirez declared.
He was arrested after a Bandera Grand Jury indicted him and Leonor Rivas Garza, Eva Ann Martinez, and Mary Balderrama.
The other three, besides Ramirez, face one charge of organized election fraud. But also, they face numerous charges of illegal voting, unlawful possession of ballot envelopes, and others.
In 2018, Ramirez was selected to be the justice of the peace in Medina County.