Yet another alleged ballot fraudster has been caught on camera, this time in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
A man, who has chosen to remain anonymous, went to vote in person at his local polling place. Upon arriving he was shocked to find out that he had already voted. How could this be?
Baffled, the man returned home and thought to check his Ring doorbell camera and discovered something startling.
The video revealed that the night before a woman appeared to have taken mail out of his mailbox before walking away with the mail.
NBC Boston provided this statement from Secretary of State William Galvin
“We’re going to get all the ballots out of Lawrence, we’re going to get all the mail-in ballots and we’re going to review everything and all the provisionals and reconcile the list, and if further investigation contacting some of the people who allegedly voted by mail needs to be done, we will do it,” Galvin said.
Take a look at the video below to get a look at the Ring camera footage yourself:
🚨More BALLOT FRAUD caught on camera🚨
A man told NBC Boston that he went to vote in person at his local polling site in Lawrence, Massachusetts and was told that he had already voted.
He then checked his Ring camera footage where he saw the woman appear to lift his ballot from… pic.twitter.com/1GKS889aDV
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) November 15, 2023
"Officials are looking into allegations of possible voter fraud in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and NBC10 Boston has obtained video footage from a man’s home that appears to show a woman removing ballots from his mailbox." https://t.co/idwFpAiLMP
— Paul Ruskov Benedict (@paulbenedict7) November 15, 2023
Authorities are investigating potential voter fraud in Lawrence’s municipal election last week, after a resident went to the polls to cast a ballot and was told they had already voted by mail, officials said Wednesday. https://t.co/YRBZfD3Nng
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) November 15, 2023
Vote by mail is a fraud and a major menace for clear elections.
Officials are looking into allegations of possible voter fraud in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and NBC10 Boston has obtained video footage from a man’s home that appears to show a woman removing ballots from his…
— Citizen YC (@CitiznYC) November 15, 2023
According to The Boston Globe:
In a letter to District Attorney Paul F. Tucker, Michelle K. Tassinari, director and legal counsel for the secretary of state’s Elections Division, said the office had “received a report that a voter, who went to vote in person on Election Day, was already marked on the list as having voted by mail, which the voter disputed.”