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Fox News alert as we get word that three people have now been charged after a string of voter fraud allegations during the 2012 presidential election.
Eric John's been following this for us joins us now Eric.
I'm -- in Washington -- -- voting twice the presidential election last November and now Obama supporter and Eloise Richardson has been indicted for voting six times.
The 58 year old veteran Cincinnati Ohio poll worker was she faces eight counts of voter fraud along with two others who have been charged one of those happens to be.
-- -- The -- -- -- admitted to a local TV station that yes she voted twice she claims she was concerned -- absentee ballot wouldn't count.
And she did not intend to commit voter fraud but she also admitted she did vote on behalf of other people to.
While I'm -- -- county prosecuting attorney doesn't -- says that she voted for six people including yourself.
Misstatement -- says quote elections are serious business and the foundation of our democracy.
In the scheme of things individual votes may not seem important but that could not be further from the truth this is not North Korea.
Prosecutors also say the five other people for whom Richardson cast ballots are all relatives.
Well these criminal charges come after the Hamilton County board of elections investigated possible cases of double voting and illegal voting and they -- these recent hearings.
And also charged along with the -- Richardson is sister Marguerite close for allegedly submitting an absentee ballot in the name of our fellow non.
Sister -- Hewlett.
Who died before the election as close as the dean of the division of arts and humanities.
At the college of mount saint -- she is cooperating -- prosecutors.
And his lawyer has told them that she will plead guilty.
Also 75 year old Russell galloped his charge of voting on behalf whose wife died before the election.
Of course it was Richardson's case with the Specter of possible repeated votes that shocked a lot of people.
If she's convicted she could go to prison for twelve years we've tried to reach her and her lawyer but so far have been unsuccessful.
Prosecutors say even with these cases they are still looking at more three more cases that they're examining for possible -- -- Eric Shawn thank you.
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