GOP Leader Who Railed Hard Against Voter Fraud Has Been Charged With Voter Fraud

BIRMINGHAM, AL - MARCH 13:  JayDanny Cooper urges Alabama residents to vote in the primary along the side of a highway March 13, 2012 in Birmingham, Alabama. As the race for delegates continues, voters in Alabama and Mississippi will cast their ballots in their primaries today.   (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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The former head of Colorado’s Republican Party has been charged with forgery and voter fraud after news spread that he had illegally and immorally committed voter fraud by forging his wife’s name on her mail-in ballot.

From 1997-1999 Steven Curtis was the chairman of Colorado’s GOP party, but last year, he made headlines when he said this about the Democratic Party during a radio interview with KLZ560:

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

According to The Hill, Curtis was charged on “Feb. 1 with one count of forgery of a public record, a fifth-degree felony, and an elections mail-in ballot offense, which is a misdemeanor. Curtis is accused of filling out his wife’s ballot and forging her signature.”

As usual with the Republican Party, the pot calls the kettle black.

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