- Richard Howard, Louis Thomas Wise, Christopher Joseph Williams and Nickey Demelvin were arrested for the voter fraud scheme in November 2018
- The men were accused of soliciting hundreds of false and forged signatures in the impoverished Skid Row neighborhood of Los Angeles
- They allegedly paid homeless people $1 and cigarettes to sign the documents
- Howard, 64, and Wise, 37, pleaded no contest to two felony charges last week
- Williams, 41, and Huntley, 45, also pleaded no contest to one felony charge each
Four men have admitted to paying homeless people cash and cigarettes in exchange for forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms in Los Angeles’ Skid Row neighborhood.
Richard Howard, Louis Thomas Wise, Christopher Joseph Williams and Nickey Demelvin were arrested in November 2018 for their participation in the voter fraud scheme during the election that year and in 2016.
The LA County District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday announced that Howard, 64, and Wise, 37, pleaded no contest to one felony count each of registration of a fictitious person and subscribing a fictitious name or the name of another to an initiative petition.
Williams, 41, and Huntley, 45, likewise pleaded no contest to one felony count of circulating an initiative or petition containing false, forged or fictitious names.
Radical Democrat Governor Sisolak and Nevada Democrats called a special session this past weekend with no public present and inside of 24 hours they rammed through mail-in voting and ballot harvesting.
Democrats did this during the special leglislative session.
The Democrats are going to cheat at all costs to keep the state from going to Donald Trump!
The new Democrat law allows people not related to or friends with elderly voters to fill out their ballots and turn them in to be counted!
Democrats can't tell you who won their Iowa caucus–but "trust them" on ballot harvesting.
— thebradfordfile™ (@thebradfordfile) August 4, 2020