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Iowa elected official’s wife arrested in alleged voter fraud scheme

Iowa elected official’s wife arrested in alleged voter fraud scheme

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Anne’s wife Iowa County supervisor was arrested after allegedly participating in a voter fraud scheme.

Kim Phuong Taylor, 49, is accused of participating in a vote-rigging scheme in Iowa primaries in June 2020, according to court documents. At the time, her husband, Jeremy Taylor, was running a congressional campaign for Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, seeking the Republican nomination.

The Justice Department alleges that Taylor submitted or “caused others to submit dozens of voter registrations, absentee ballot request forms and absentee ballots containing false information.”

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Taylor is accused of signing documents on behalf of voters without their permission and “telling others they can sign on behalf of relatives who are not present.”

She faces 26 counts of providing false registration and voting information, 23 counts of fraudulent voting and three counts of fraudulent registration.

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The Justice Department says she could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison on each charge.

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According to the Sioux City Journal, Taylor was released on personal recognizance guarantee of recognition.


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