A Wisconsin man on probation voted in the 2020 presidential elections despite having six felony impaired driving convictions.
Democrats have spent the last year insisting that voter fraud never happens, yet felons can still cast votes in monumentally important elections.
Donald Holz, 63, is being charged with committing election fraud after signing a voter ineligibility acknowledgment form following his sentencing in 2019.
If found guilty, Holz is facing three years in prison and a possible accompanying fine of up to $10,000. Holz contends that he was an eligible voter, but he wasn’t allowed to vote until his probation was complete.
Holz’s case makes it clear that there are no preventative measures in place to keep ineligible voters from casting a ballot.
Holz’s case adds to the growing mountain of evidence that voter integrity measures are needed nationwide to prevent all forms of election fraud.
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