Monday, October 25, 2021
Speaking to a local news station in November, Donald Kirk Hartle described being "surprised" by the possibility that someone had stolen his dead wife's mail-in ballot and used it to vote in the 2020 election. "That is pretty sickening to me, to be honest with you," he told KLAS-TV in Las Vegas. But this week, the Nevada attorney general filed two charges of voter fraud against Hartle, 55, claiming that he was the one who forged his wife's signature to vote with her ballot.
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