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Mitchell Man Pleads Not Guilty To Voter Fraud

Mitchell Man Pleads Not Guilty To Voter Fraud

A Mitchell man has pleaded not guilty to voter fraud after being accused of voting twice in last month’s Mitchell School Board election.  Craig Guymon entered the plea Tuesday afternoon in Davison County court.  Guymon allegedly filled out an absentee ballot and then also filled out a regular ballot in the June 4th Mitchell School Board election.  Mitchell School District Business Manager Steve Culhane caught the alleged violation.  Voting more than once is a class six felony punishable by two years in a state penitentiary and a $4,000 fine.  Trial has been set for the week of August 20th.

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