• Dem poll worker ejected for pre-selecting 'straight Dem ticket' on voti

    From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Mon Nov 7 09:20:10 2022
    By Anders Hagstrom
    Published November 6, 2022

    An Indiana election office reportedly ejected a Democrat poll worker
    over allegations that he had pressured poll-goers against voting for
    certain candidates and even pre-selected Democratic candidates on a
    voting machine last week, local election officials told Fox News.

    The incidents took place at a polling place in Carmel, Indiana, under
    the Hamilton County Election Office. Hamilton County election
    administrator Beth Sheller declined to confirm the poll worker's
    identity in an interview with Fox News Digital, but detailed a report
    from the inspector at the polling location.

    Sheller stated that the inspector had learned of two separate incidents
    that may constitute electioneering and election interference. The poll
    worker, first identified by Chalkboard Review executive director Tony
    Kinnett as James Zheng, is now reportedly being investigated by the
    Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, and Sheller says she hopes to see
    Zheng prosecuted.


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