WND is reporting in one case FRAUD LED TO OBAMA BEING ON THE BALLOT in 2008.

Two Indiana Democrats have been convicted of submitting false names on the petition that placed then-Sen. Barack Obama on the 2008 presidential election primary ballot, meaning he likely did not qualify.

Fox News reports the jury in South Bend found guilty on all counts former longtime St. Joseph County Democratic Party chairman Butch Morgan Jr. and former county Board of Elections worker Dustin Blythe.

The two had faced accusations of petition fraud and forgery, as well as falsely making a petition. The verdicts now raise anew questions about election fraud by Democrats, a subject that was analyzed after the 2012 election.

The report found fraud occurred in the 2012 presidential election and was likely enough to decide the outcome.

Local media…


WNDU 16 gave a longer look into the proceeding. The station reports the jury got the case at 5 p.m. and returned its verdict around 8:30 p.m. Special Prosecutor Stan Levco called the decision an important victory.

“If it was shoplifting or something like that, it wouldn’t be that big of a deal. Sometimes, these charges aren’t relatively a big deal. But, to me, when you talk about an election, there’s nothing more sacred in this country than the right to vote” Levco said.

However, the penalties carried out may be considered slaps on the wrist.  The two men were both convicted of Class C and Class D felonies. Class C felonies carry a penalty of between two and eight years. Class D felonies carry a sentence of up to three years. Both men will be sentenced in June.


UPDATE…Chuck Hagel involved in fraud?

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