Former official convicted of voter fraud in Tennessee
Remember, voter fraud doesn’t exist:
Former Bolivar City Council member Brenda Woods has been convicted of three counts of procuring illegal voters in the city’s 2009 municipal elections.
Three people testified, two of whom are related to Woods, that they had felony convictions on their records in May of 2009 when voted.
At the time, Woods was running for mayor and for city council.
Woods lost the mayor’s race, but won the council seat.
The witnesses, who were granted immunity,: said Woods took them to the polls at separate times to vote for her even though she knew they were felons.
The witnesses said Woods, “assured them they could still vote.”
Yes, it’s only an anecdote. But data is based around large numbers of anecdotes, and they definitely exist.
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