Skip to comments.Calif. lawmaker convicted of voter fraud, perjury
Posted on 01/28/2014 3:33:19 PM PST by artichokegrower
California state Sen. Roderick Wright was convicted Tuesday of perjury and voter fraud for falsely claiming he lived in an apartment in the district he represents when he actually lives elsewhere.
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No party affiliation mentioned—must mean he is a Democrat.
From what I hear, Pelosi lives outside of her district.
How is that possible? Liberals are always saying voter fraud is a myth.
Any penalty attached to his getting caught?
Of course he’s a Democrat. The AP mysteriously was unable to determine this.
Oops - the Chronicle.
If you own the property and aren't renting it out, in effect you live wherever you say you live.
So I'm wondering why the long knives are out for this guy.
So I’m wondering why the long knives are out for this guy.
It’s not illegal for members of the U.S. House to live outside their district... they merely need be a resident of the same state.
She has two California residences, one in San Franciso (Pacific Heights), the other in St. Helena (Zinfandel Lane). How much time she spends at each is unknown.
When Judicial Watch won a Freedom of Information request on her flights while speaker, more flights went into Travis AFB (closer to Napa) than went into Moffett Field NAS (closer to SF). The conclusion would be she spent more time in Napa than in SF.
Her Napa estate is (was?) on Google maps, BTW.
Did the MSM reported it??
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