MD AG Makes Comment On Voter Fraud


Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh made his opinion clear on voter fraud in a statement yesterday. Frosh said, “There is no cases in which it has been determined that an individual who cast a vote in the federal elections in November was legally prohibited from doing so.” Frosh said the Maryland State Board of Elections is still exhaustively looking for any cases of voter fraud- a process that could take four to five months. Frosh believes that, even when the search is done, the, “Confirmed instances of voter fraud will be miniscule.”