Top GOP Official Charged With Voter Fraud After Accusing Dems Of Voter Fraud
After spending months accusing Democrats of voter fraud, Republican Steve Curtis, the former head of Colorado’s GOP has been charged with voter fraud and forgery, according to the Denver Post.
Curtis, a staunch Trump supporter who also hosts a talk radio show, told his audience in October that “virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats.”
However, Curtis ex-wife told Fox 31 Denver that, without her consent, he filled out, signed, and mailed in her ballot.
“I was livid over the whole situation, definitely,” Kelly Curtis told the network. “I had no idea what would go on in someone`s mind to cast my ballot for me illegally, actually to go to all the trouble to forge my ballot.”
Kelly Curtis said that when she went to register to vote in South Carolina, where she has since moved, she was told she had already voted in Colorado. Election officials then compared the signatures on the ballot to the ones on her voter registration form and found they didn’t match.
“Steve Curtis is the only person in Colorado to have been charged with voter fraud this election,” the Colorado Secretary of State told Denver 7.
During the October segment, Curtis said that he was voting for Donald Trump, who has long claimed that voter fraud is a widespread problem in the U.S. with no evidence to support that claim.
There’s a disturbing pattern going on here. Curtis isn’t the only Trump supporter to have been charged with voter fraud. Terri Lynn Rote was arrested in October after she apparently tried to vote for Trump twice, the Des Moines Register reported.