Another day, another case of vote fraud using absentee ballots… dateline England:
Seven people have been charged with postal ballot fraud at the last General Election, police said.
The seven will appear in court next month charged with conspiracy to defraud.
No personal details of the alleged offenders have been released by police.
Each one is charged with conspiracy to defraud the returning officer in Bradford.
West Yorkshire Police said that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) recommended charges following a joint probe with the city’s returning officer into “voting patterns and postal votes”.
England’s runaway success with Vote-by Mail is becoming clearer day-by-day:
During the May 2005 election, former Bradford returning officer Philip Robinson referred 252 cases of possible election fraud to the police. In April 2006, West Yorkshire Police passed files on 11 men and two women to the CPS following its investigation in Bradford.