Dem Arrested For Voter Fraud

PUBLISHED: 7:18 PM 9 Oct 2020

Dem Candidate For Mayor Arrested, Charged With 109 Voter Fraud Felonies

Given the number of democrats recently busted for ballot stuffing and voter fraud, it’s no surprise that yet another one was.

Just disgusting. (Source: East Texas Matters Video Screenshot)

A democrat candidate for Mayor in Carrollton, Texas has been arrested and charged with felonies related to voter fraud.

The Cross Timbers Gazette reported (leaving out the progressive party affiliation):

A candidate for mayor of Carrollton was arrested this week on 109 felony counts related to voter fraud, according to the Denton County Sheriff’s Office.

A couple weeks ago, the Denton County Elections Office informed the sheriff’s office about possible fraudulent activities with absentee ballot applications, according to a DCSO news release. Absentee ballots had been requested to be sent to a Post Office Box in Lewisville, allegedly belonging to a nursing home facility. Investigators contacted Carrollton residents whose ballots had been requested, but the residents hasn’t made those requests.

Investigators learned that the PO Box had been obtained with a fictitious Texas Driver’s License and fictitious University of North Texas student ID. Investigators began surveilling the postal facility and installed an undercover officer at the facility. On Wednesday, a man picked up a box of the requested ballots from the facility and investigators followed him to a home in the 1600 block of Bennington Drive in Carrollton.

Law enforcement obtained a search warrant for the home and in the man’s bedroom, they found a box with the requested ballots, and several had been opened. They also found the fraudulent Driver’s License used to rent the PO Box, and they placed the suspect, Zul Mirza Mohamed under arrest and took him to Denton County Jail.

Mohamed, who is running for mayor of Carrollton, was charged with 25 counts of unlawful possession of a ballot without request of the voter — a second degree felony — and 84 counts of fraudulent use of mail ballot application, a third degree felony.

“I want to commend all the investigators and agencies involved in this investigation,” Sheriff Tracy Murphree. “Voter fraud is a serious and widespread issue and cannot be tolerated. The fact an actual candidate for public office would engage in these activities is appalling. We will continue to aggressively investigate allegations of voter fraud.”

The Texas Attorney General’s Office, Department of Public Safety and Lewisville Police Department worked in conjunction with the DCSO on this case.

Townhall added:

Mohamed is currently running as a Democrat for the mayorship of Carrollton, a town of just under 150,000 people, against incumbent Republican Kevin Falconer, who has been expected to win throughout the campaign.

Mohamed has been charged with 84 counts of mail ballot application fraud and 25 counts of unlawful possession of an official mail ballot. If convicted, he faces heavy fines and up to 20 years in prison.

The arrest comes amid rising concern over the safety and integrity of mail-in ballots during a contentious election season. President Trump has consistently said that voting by mail is risky and susceptible to fraud and theft, but Democrats have encouraged voters to vote by mail, saying such stories are bogeymen invented by conservatives to disenfranchise voters.