NY Man Indicted For Submitting 118 Absentee Ballot Applications

Article originally appeared on thefederalist.com.

Local authorities indicted a New York resident on Tuesday for allegedly submitting more than 100 absentee ballot applications during the state’s 2022 Democrat primaries.

The office of Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz is charging resident Abdul Rahman with 140 counts on crimes related to “falsifying business records, criminal possession of a forged instrument and other crimes” regarding his alleged submission of 118 “falsified” absentee ballot applications during New York’s Aug. 23, 2022, Democrat primaries.

Local authorities noted that Rahman’s purported voter fraud scheme started to unravel when Queens voter Jordan Sandke went to vote in person in the aforementioned primary but was told he couldn’t because “an absentee ballot had already been requested in his name.” Following an investigation into the matter, authorities discovered an absentee ballot application had been filled out, signed, and dated in Sandke’s name on Aug. 1, 2022, …

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