More mail ballot fraud exposed – this time in Denton County, Texas. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Election Fraud Unit worked with the Denton County Sheriff’s Office in this case involving mayoral candidate Zul Mirza Mohamed. Mohamed was arrested and charged on 84 counts of mail ballot application fraud. He was also charged on 25 counts of unlawful possession of an official mail ballot.
Here is the statement released by the Attorney General’s office:
AG Paxton: Carrollton Mayoral Candidate Arrested for Mail Ballot Fraud
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his Election Fraud Unit assisted the Denton County Sheriff’s Office in arresting Zul Mirza Mohamed, a candidate in the City of Carrollton mayoral race, on 84 counts of mail ballot application fraud and 25 counts of unlawful possession of an official mail ballot. If convicted, Mohamed faces up to 20 years in prison for these offenses.
“I strongly commend the Denton County Sheriff’s Office, the Lewisville Police Department, and Texas Department of Public Safety as well as the Denton Elections and District Attorney’s offices for their outstanding work on this case and their commitment to ensuring a free and fair Presidential election in the face of unprecedented voter fraud,” said Attorney General Paxton. “Mail ballots are inherently insecure and vulnerable to fraud, and I am committed to safeguarding the integrity of our elections. My office is prepared to assist any Texas county in combating this form of fraud.””
Mohamed allegedly obtained a virtual mailbox using a false identity, forged at least 84 voter registration applications for unwitting Denton residents and had them sent to a fraudulent location. At the time of arrest, Mohamed was in the process of stuffing envelopes with additional mail ballot applications for neighboring Dallas County.
It seems that those “rare” cases of Democrat election fraud are becoming more frequent.