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Guymon To Plead Guilty To Vote Fraud

Guymon To Plead Guilty To Vote Fraud

A Mitchell man accused of voter fraud in the June Mitchell School Board election will change his plea.  54-year old Craig Guymon had pleaded not guilty to a felony count of voting more than once in an election.  In exchange for his guilty plea, prosecutors will not recommend a sentence, leaving it to the judge to decide Guymon’s sentence.  Guymon allegedly voted twice – once by absentee ballot and once by regular ballot – in the June 4th Mitchell School Board election.  He could be sentenced to two years in prison on the charge.

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