Four people in Ohio were turned over to prosecutors for potential voter-fraud charges in the 2020 general election.
That brings to 15 the number of people facing prosecution in the state in the past two months.
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose: “Ohio has a zero-tolerance policy for voter fraud, It’s one person, one vote. That’s what Ohioans expect when they cast their ballot and it’s what we will continue to deliver. Voter fraud is exceedingly rare in Ohio because the word is out – if you try to vote twice, we will catch you.”