Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Wisconsin: Recalled Raymond Supervisor charged with Election Fraud

Former Raymond Supervisor Joe Pohlhammer, who was kicked out of office, getting only 9 votes, is facing election fraud charges for tearing up signature pages belonging to an opponent.

Pohlhammer and one of his opponents, Bob Silvon, had signatures dated a day after the verifying documents. The county clerk called them both in to sign affadavits declaring that they had collected the signatures themselves.

Pohlhammer came in to the Town Hall around 3 p.m. on June 19, and refused to sign the affidavit, the criminal complaint states. Then, he allegedly ripped up the three signatures that he had supposedly collected.

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