An election worker in the swing state of North Carolina was charged with doctoring registration records in a manner that would allow felons to vote.

Now, she may become a felon herself.

Joy Yvette Wilkerson, a temporary election worker in Granville, NC, was caught by the Board of Elections altering the voting status of 250 convicted felons in her county.

Via the Free Beacon:

A North Carolina election worker has been charged with illegally altering voter records so hundreds of felons could vote, The News and Observer reports.

“A State Board of Elections spokesman said Wilkerson was hired on a temporary basis in late 2015 through a staffing agency to help Granville County prepare for the presidential election,” the Observer reports. “The county’s election director discovered the problem in June 2016 and “quickly notified the State Board of Elections, which investigated the matter and recently sent a full report about the case to the district attorney’s office for Granville County for possible prosecution.”

Wilkerson’s mug shot, or ‘voter ID’ as she would prefer to call it, can be seen below …

Wilkerson worked in late 2015 and 2016 in preparing her county for the 2016 presidential elections, according to WNCN.

She was arrested last week and charged with two counts of felony fraudulent unlawful voter registration and one misdemeanor of unlawful altering of voter registration.

Why is this receiving such little media coverage you may ask? The most likely scenario is that, despite Democrats insistence that voter fraud is not a real thing, the rest of us have heard this story so many times it has practically become commonplace.

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, also a swing state, recently released findings of his own that show a shocking number of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election.

 

According to the infographic Husted provided, 21% of those who were able to vote illegally because they were registered, did so. This highlights the concern in having non-citizens registered. They aren’t just erroneous names on a list somewhere. They’re actively voting illegally.

Same would be true for the felons registered in North Carolina. Authorities there said any changes made by Wilkerson had been corrected prior to the election, thankfully.

That won’t stop people from continually trying to get felons, illegals, or even dead people registered to vote.

North Carolina GOP Chairman Robin Hayes issued a statement saying, “Incidents like these prove that attempts to encourage illegal voting, violate the law and manipulate our voting process do exist and must be countered with strong voter fraud protections.”

If there was no voter fraud, how would Democrats ever be able to compete in the elections?

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