A groundbreaking press release issued by Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon revealed that a number of Democrats in the state are guilty of election fraud.
Compton City Councilman Isaac Galvan and five others have been charged with election fraud. According to the press release Galvan and former Compton City Council candidate Jace Dawson allegedly worked together to help Galvan retain his District 2 seat.
Galvan, who unsuccessfully ran for the California State Senate District 35 as a Democrat in 2016, won the city councilman spot in a tight election over challenger Andre Spicer by a single vote: 855 to 854.
Dawson is charged with trying to bribe a registrar employee on election night as the employee was counting ballots.
“While we do not have all of the details regarding the charges brought against Councilman Galvan, the City takes any charges of elections fraud extremely seriously,” said Compton Mayor Emma Sharif.
As noted by CBS Los Angeles, “Four others were also charged in the case – 34-year-old Toni Morris, 48-year-old Kimberly Chaouch, 61-year-old Barry Reed, and 51-year-old Reginald Streeter all allegedly registered to vote at Dawson’s address in Compton, even though they didn’t live there. All four are charged with voting illegally in the election.”
Both Galvan and Dawson have pleaded not guilty to the charges and are scheduled to return to court on September 17. The four others charged will be arraigned at a later date, according to the District Attorney’s Office, CBS Los Angeles noted.
The complete statement by Gascon’s office detailing the election fraud reads:
“Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón announced that Compton City Councilmember Isaac Galvan and five others were charged today for obtaining fraudulent votes in a June runoff that ultimately was decided by one vote.
“Elections are the cornerstone of our democratic nation. We must do everything in our power to protect the integrity of the electorate process and to ensure that elections are free and fair,” District Attorney Gascón said. “The people of Los Angeles County expect and deserve a government that is free of political corruption at every level.”
Galvan (dob 2/14/87), Jace Dawson (dob 3/30/87), Kimberly Chaouch (dob 11/20/72), Toni Morris (dob 3/10/87), Barry Reed (dob 8/21/59) and Reginald Streeter (dob 7/16/70) were charged in case BA497713 with conspiracy to commit election fraud. Galvan also faces one count of attempted bribery with intent to influence an election.
Galvan and Dawson are scheduled to be arraigned today in Department 30 of the Foltz Criminal Justice Center. The remaining defendants will be arraigned at a later date.
According to the criminal complaint, Galvan and Dawson, a former candidate for the Compton City Council, worked together to secure votes to ensure Galvan would retain his District 2 seat.
Chaouch, Morris, Reed and Streeter were allegedly registered to vote at Dawson’s address in Compton, even though they didn’t live there. All four are charged with voting illegally in the election.
Galvan won the election over challenger, Andre Spicer, 855 to 854. Galvan also is accused of trying to bribe a registrar employee as she was counting ballots on election night.
The case remains under investigation by the District Attorney’s Bureau of Investigation and the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office.
The District Attorney’s Office would like to thank the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office for its assistance in the investigation and prosecution of this case.”
The discovery of election fraud committed in Los Angeles comes as the mainstream media and Democrats continue to deny the possibility that such fraud may have taken place in the 2020 presidential election, one that was much larger and with many more moving pieces.
Author: Robert Laine
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