Prison time for Alabama woman convicted on 24 counts of felony voter fraud

17th of September 2015

Two years in prison is the sentence for Olivia Reynolds, the girlfriend of Dothan, Alabama City Commissioner Amos Newsome who was convicted on 24 counts of felony absentee ballot fraud in the 2013 election Newsome “won” by 14 votes.

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