Skip to comments.2 Worthington men charged with ineligible voting
Posted on 11/03/2010 5:36:05 AM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
Just two days before the statute of limitations ran out, on the very day that the nation was at the polls for midterm elections, the Nobles County attorney's office filed charges against two people for voting in the 2008 election while ineligible.
Monica Duarte Duchene, 36, and Ryan Scott Marsh, 30, both of Worthington, were charged in Nobles County District Court of voting at a time when they were ineligible due to a prior felony conviction which had not been discharged.
Duchene was convicted in December 2007 of third-degree arson and sentenced in February 2008 to five years of probation, which is in effect until 2013.
Marsh was convicted in March 2006 of third-degree controlled substance possession and sentenced in May 2006 to five years of probation. He is currently in jail serving a 45-day sentence for probation violation.
Marsh made his first appearance on the ineligible voting charge Tuesday morning, but Duchene has yet to appear on her charge.
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If they voted illegally then what about all the ballots they delivered to the prisons for felons to vote? Are the laws different in each state?
2 Worthington men charged with ineligible voting
You have to feel a little sympathy for a man named Monica.
he’ll be a cigar holder in jail.
LOL, I thought it said “illegible” voting.
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