The incidents were separate – but the fraud includes the same deed.
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Pennsylvania’s District Attorney, Matthew Weintraub, gave a statement for a news outlet, stating that
“The incidents are isolated and there is 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.
Dooner completed an application in late September or early October 2020 for her mother, who died on Sept. 29, 2020, according to Weintraub. Fisher signed the declaration on the ballot claiming to be her mother last year, his office said, adding that her mother died on Sept. 21, 2020.”
Fisher is registered as a Democrat, and Dooner – as a Republican.
“In some of these investigations, the detectives obtained DNA samples from ballots and voters for analysis, took handwriting samples from voters, prepared and served search warrants for IP addresses for electronic mail-in-ballot application submissions, reviewed video surveillance of county government facilities, contacted and spoke to postal carriers and contacted and spoke to FBI agents assigned to voter irregularities,” District Attorney’s office said in a statement.