Two more Democratic Party vote buyers in Texas pleaded guilty this week in Federal District Court according to a press release from the FBI. The votes were purchased with cash and cocaine.
“Veronica Saldivar, 42, of Donna, Texas, pleaded guilty today to one count of vote-buying before U.S. District Judge Randy Crane of the Southern District of Texas and is scheduled for sentencing on Dec. 8, 2014,” announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. “Belinda Solis, 39, also of Donna, pleaded guilty on Sept. 25, 2014, to one count of vote-buying before U.S. District Judge Micaela Alvarez.”
This adds more humiliation to the Democratic vote buying corruption exposed since the last presidential election. San Antonio power-broker Francisco Garcia was recently indicted, along with Rebecca Gonzalez, Guadalupe Escamilla, and Diana Castañeda, who pleaded guilty to voter fraud.
“Francisco Garcia was indicted for allegedly buying votes by providing cocaine to voters in an attempt to sway control of a local School Board,” said Magidson. “Garcia, a long-time San Antonio Democrat leader was campaign manager for four candidates in the Donna School Board race of 2012, and per the indictment, offered voters in the most lower-income, minority district the option of taking $10 cash or a small vial of cocaine on the promise they would vote for his candidates.”
Garcia was arrested in southern Illinois by the FBI and charged Friday. He was released on a $10,000 bond but is scheduled for an arraignment hearing on October 8. Solis is scheduled for a December 11 hearing.
The Donna School District Board’s president, Alfredo Lugo, also a prominent South Texas Democrat, hung himself on January 1, 2014, amid reports of his connections with Garcia and the three females who pleaded guilty in the voter fraud.
In the May 2012 primary election for president, Saldivar “paid voters with cash and cocaine for voting in this primary election and for voting for a specific candidate for a county commissioner position,” according to her plea agreement and testimony.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott mentioned the Democratic Party corruption during his debate with Wendy Davis, both running for governor.
“The FBI is involved in an investigation about people in the Rio Grande Valley who are using cocaine to buy votes,” Abbott stated. “We cannot accept or tolerate this kind of lack of integrity in the election process.”
As of September 27, 2014, over 100 elected Democrat officeholders have been convicted, plead guilty or have been indicted in crimes this year.
In Dallas, Democrat County Commissioner John Wiley Rice was arrested on over a dozen charges of bribery.
Last month North Carolina Elections Director Kim Strach released a report revealing 81 voters have a voter history later than the date of their death, with an audit identify 13,416 dead voters on voter rolls in Oct. 2013. This appears to be the tip of the iceberg with almost 36,000 voters matching names, social security numbers and birthdates with people from 28 other states (22 states had missing or unavailable data and could not verify).
Court documents, and the South Bend Tribune’s investigation, reveal the Democratic Party voting corruption continues to plague the state with blame from local party headquarter officials. Four Democratic were charged with felony counts to petition fraud, with “hundreds of county residents’ signatures” forged in the 2008 primary election.
Three State Senators in California have been indicted or plead guilty to a variety of voter fraud charges and bribery. Leland Yee, was charged with working with international organized criminals and Islamic terrorists to provide automatic weapons and military grade rocket launchers to San Francisco street gangs.
A Cincinnati election official, Melowese Richardson, was recently welcomed at a rally for Al Sharpton’s National Action Network after his early release early from prison for voting six times for Barack Obama in 2012.
On September 12, 2014 the Secretary of State of Georgia, Brian Kemp, wrote that a preliminary investigation of Democrat Senate candidate Michele Nunn “has revealed significant illegal activities, including forged voter registration applications, forged signatures on releases, and applications with false or inaccurate information.”
A voter fraud two-year investigation found that 117 illegal cast votes took place in Des Moines Iowa leading to six criminal convictions.
The Davidson County, Tennessee elections commissioner found evidence of people voting twice in May.
In April, an illegal immigrant, carrying a Nevada ID was arrested on two felony charges in California for registering and voting illegally in elections, including the 2008 and 2010 presidential elections.
This summer, allegations that college students exchanged their votes for illegal alcohol went to the Alabama Supreme Court.
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