Ten people in Oregon have been convicted so far in voter fraud cases stemming from the 2016 election.
The convictions represent a tiny fraction of the 2,051,448 votes cast in the election, in which Oregon voters elected Democratic Gov. Kate Brown and chose Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump for president.
The Oregon Department of Justice started pursuing the cases after the Oregon Secretary of State’s office forwarded 56 cases of possible voter fraud in September 2017….
The 10 convictions represent a broad spectrum of age, party affiliation and geography. Those convicted include four Democrats, one Republican, one Libertarian and four people not affiliated with a political party.
Most of the convictions involved people who cast a ballot in two different states. Many of the cases initially involved felony charges, but all were eventually reduced to a violation.