Las Vegas Man Accused of Voter Fraud

Nearly a year after this blog documented the federal elections fraud that happened in Nevada in 2020, a Las Vegas man finds himself accused of voting twice, including once using his late wife, Rosemarie, name, during the 2020 election.

Attorney General Aaron Ford’s office is accusing Donald Kirk Hartle of voting more than once in one election and of voting using the name of another person. Hartle said that someone forged her name to a ballot.

The Nevada GOP promoted Hartle’s claim in its efforts to cast doubt on the 2020 election. Because of this, the Nevada Secretary of State’s office investigated Hartle’s claim despite Barbara Cegavske repeatedly saying that her office could not find any evidence of widespread voter fraud.

Hartle, reportedly a registered Republican, could face up to four years in prison and a $5,000 fine on both counts.

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