Ohio is fighting back against illegal aliens who have registered to vote in the Buckeye State, an offense that they say undermines the integrity of our election system.
According to the Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien, a Grand Jury has now returned several individual indictments for illegal voting registration in connection with the election cycles of 2012, 2015, and 2016.
“These newly indicted cases are a compilation of individuals, all of whom falsely registered to vote with the Franklin County Board of Elections by declaring they were United States citizens on their voter registration applications,” O’Brien said.
So far indictments have been returned against the following illegal aliens:
56 year old Ana Matias, 41 year old Irnatine W. Boayue, 33 year old Janitha Rippey, 38 year old Kenyron O. Glasgow, 41 year old Yaakov Menashe Schulman, 56 year old Leslie Caroline Allen, and 59 year old Gilbert A. Brown.
Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien said, “We will continue to work closely with the Secretary of State, Attorney General, and the Franklin County Board of Elections to hold individuals accountable if they engage in illegal voting.”
Included in the charges are indictments for illegal voting, false voter registration, or a combination of both charges.
Secretary of State Jon Husted released the following statement:
<blockquote>“Today’s indictments are added proof that if you cheat in Ohio elections you will be caught and held accountable. Earlier this year, our office identified these individuals as non-citizens who illegally registered to vote and cast ballots in previous elections. Their names were then sent to law enforcement for further investigation. Coordinated efforts like these, that included both state and local entities, have made it easy to vote and hard to cheat in Ohio. I would like to commend Prosecutor Ron O’Brien for his work in this effort.”</blockquote>
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released the following statement below:
<blockquote>"I want to commend our Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Prosecutor Ron O'Brien for their work leading to these indictments. Voter fraud is a serious crime. BCI diligently investigates voter fraud referrals and works with local prosecutors, who make decisions on charges. Some referrals do not warrant criminal prosecution, such as when we are referred cases involving U.S. citizens accused of non-citizen voting. When evidence warrants, we see prosecutions such as those Prosecutor O'Brien announced today. I am proud that my office is able to play an integral role in preserving voting integrity in Ohio."</blockquote>
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Last summer my Husband went to a local scrap yard to sell some scrap metal. Before they would finish my Husband HAD TO SHOW 2 PICTURE ID'S. Nt one but 2. If the GOVT demands this for $7.00 of scrap the damn well should show a VALID ID when voting