2016 Voter Fraud Crackdown – Young Democrat Sent To Prison
A Young Democrat paid to register voters prior to the 2016 Presidential Election has been sentenced to at least 100 days in prison on voter fraud charges, after being caught registering the name of a local judge’s deceased father to vote for Hillary Clinton.
The jail sentence signals a turning of the tide in regards to voter fraud in the United States, with judges across the country under orders to take the issue seriously and stamp out the practice.
Andrew Spieles, who was working for a Democrat affiliated voter registration group in Virginia, was caught filing Hillary Clinton applications in September on behalf of 19 dead people, including a WWII veteran.
The James Madison University student who was working for HarrisonburgVotes, was caught red-handed when a local clerk noticed the name of the veteran he personally knew to be deceased. Later a Rockaway County judge also noticed the name of his deceased father.