Google search engine
HomeNewsWisconsin man suspected of election fraud after voting while on probation for...

Wisconsin man suspected of election fraud after voting while on probation for a felony

According to reports, a Wisconsin man on probation for his sixth felony DUI conviction voted illegally in the November election.

According to a source, the defendant allegedly went to the polls despite having completed a voter ineligibility acknowledgment form following his conviction in 2019.

According to FOX 6 in Milwaukee, 63-year-old Donald Holz has been charged with election fraud.

According to the station, Holz claimed on his 2020 voter application that he was an eligible voter, despite signing a voter ineligibility acknowledgment form following his imprisonment in 2019.

According to FOX 6, Holz’s 2019 registration form said that he would not be eligible to vote again until his probation sentence was completed.

On the charge of electoral fraud, Holz is due in court on Oct. 12. He could face over three years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000 if convicted.

According to FOX 11 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the suspect was the fourth in the state to be charged with election fraud in relation to the November election.

Read on Fox News
RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -
Google search engine

Most Popular

Recent Comments