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An ex-GOP leader who said only Democrats commit voter fraud was charged with voter fraud


It seems to me that virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats.
Steve Curtis

Steven Curtis, a former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, was charged with voter fraud on Tuesday.

Curtis had said shortly before the 2016 election that only Democrats committed voter fraud on his morning talk show.

KDVR reported Curtis, 57, filled out and mailed his ex-wife's ballot for the election. He has not entered a plea. If convicted, he faces more than a year in prison and a $5,000 time. 

His ex-wife, Kelly Curtis, told KDVR she had called her local elections office in October asking how she could cast a vote by mail from her South Carolina home. She was told her ballot had already been received.

"I was just completely stunned. I thought there had to be some kind of mistake," she told KDVR.

Curtis, when asked about the incident, declined to comment.

Voter fraud is not an easy crime to commit. It needs a certain cadre of devoted criminal Democrats to carry it out.
Kevin Collins, guest on Curtis' show

Curtis' radio show, "Wake Up! with Steve Curtis," calls itself an "aggressive political, social and spiritual dialogue" that aims to "unmask those right under our noses or across the country, who are trying to undermine or destroy our game plans and, most importantly, our constitutional powers."

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