Asotin County Auditor Darla McKay shows vote ballots to County Commissoner Brian Shinn and Prosecutor Ben Nichols that have signatures that sometimes don't match signatures on record, potentially invalidating the vote.
Asotin County Auditor Darla McKay shows vote ballots to County Commissoner Brian Shinn and Prosecutor Ben Nichols that have signatures that sometimes don't match signatures on record, potentially invalidating the vote. Lewiston Tribune/Barry Kough
Asotin County Auditor Darla McKay shows vote ballots to County Commissoner Brian Shinn and Prosecutor Ben Nichols that have signatures that sometimes don't match signatures on record, potentially invalidating the vote. Lewiston Tribune/Barry Kough

Idaho man implicated in what may be Washington county’s first voter fraud cases

November 29, 2016 10:30 AM

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