Four Democrats Arrested on Election Fraud Charges in Bridgeport, Connecticut – EVOL

Authorities have arrested four Democrat leaders in Bridgeport, Connecticut on multiple election fraud charges, according to reports.

Those arrested were elected officials and local Democratic Party leaders.

Bridgeport City Councilman Alfredo Castillo, a Democrat, and Vice Chair of Bridgeport’s Democratic Party Wanda Geter-Pataky were charged with election tampering.

Two Democrat campaign workers, Nilsa Heredia and Josephine Edmonds, were charged with election fraud.

Heredia and  Edmonds were also charged with unlawfully possessing absentee ballots that belong to other people.

In addition, Geter-Pataky was also charged with witness tampering.

The voter fraud was tied to a 2019 mayoral primary race, the Connecticut Mirror reported.


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Prosecutors charged four Democrat political operatives on Tuesday with abusing the absentee balloting system during the city’s 2019 Democratic primary for mayor, the Connecticut Mirror reported.

Geter-Pataky became the face of another major election scandal last year, as Slay News reported at the time.

The Connecticut Chief State’s Attorney also charged Nilsa Heredia and Josephine Edmonds, two other campaign workers who were involved in the 2019 primary between Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim and his Democratic challenger, Marilyn Moore.

It took several years to finally arrest the Democrats who engaged in election fraud in 2019,



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