Culture of Corruption Update: NY Democrats Go On Trial For Massive Voter Fraud Case

Two New York Democrats went on trial today for for their alleged actions to steal votes for Democratic candidates in the Working Families primary by forging absentee ballots.
FOX News reported:

So far four democrats have pleaded guilty in the case.
The Times Union reported:

Jury selection in the Rensselaer County ballot fraud against two Troy Democrats is set to begin Tuesday.

Former City Councilman Michael LoPorto and Democratic County Elections Commissioner Edward McDonough will be tried for their alleged actions to steal votes for Democratic candidates in the Working Families primary by forging absentee ballots.

McDonough will be tried on 38 counts of second-degree forgery and 36 counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. LoPorto will be tried on 29 counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Each charge carries a maximum prison sentence of seven years if they are convicted.

So far, eight people have been charged in connection with an investigation conducted by Special Prosecutor Trey Smith and the State Police. Four have pleaded guilty.

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