OAN Newsroom – A college student pleads guilty in federal court for registering deceased Virginia voters for the Democratic party during the 2016 election.
21-year-old Andrew Spieles was sentenced to prison on Tuesday for submitting 18 fraudulent voter registration forms when he was working for the democratic campaign.
Spieles job was to register voters information in a computer system at a political organization.
According to the Department of Justice, the register’s office discovered falsified forms for people who were either deceased, or had incorrect birth dates and social security numbers in August of last year.
Spielies admitted to the crime and was sentenced to 100 days behind bars.