Republican legislative aide charged with election fraud

This is rich, considering how it’s Republicans who just love to scream about “VOTE FRAUD!”

A state legislative aide was charged Monday with election fraud for allegedly voting in the wrong district in 2008 and 2010.

Marcie R. Malszycki, 33, an aide to state Rep. Warren Petryk, a Republican from Eleva in west-central Wisconsin, was charged with two counts of election fraud for allegedly voting in Onalaska in 2008 and 2010, when her home address was in Madison, where she owns a home.

The felony charge carries up to 3½ years of combined prison and extended supervision.

According to a criminal complaint, Malszycki was living temporarily in Onalaska in late 2008 and 2010 while on unpaid leaves from her legislative job, working on political campaigns./

Considering how seriously conservatives take election/vote fraud, I expect to see scores of press releases from conservatives from all corners of Wisconsin condemning the actions of Marcie Malszycki.


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  1. Nice catch, though they’ll be claiming they were being unfairly persecuted by the liberal media for this to have been uncovered. At least this is straight-forward and not raising questions like Kathy Nicholas’ activities did, twice.

    So much BS from the R’s since then, I don’t remember who investigated Nicholas. Wasn’t a current candidate for state attorney general, iirc. I’ll have to do some research.

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