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Coulter May Face Voter Fraud Charges 

Coulter May Face Voter Fraud Charges 


A Connecticut elections commission will soon decide whether conservative pundit Ann Coulter will face felony charges over allegations of voter fraud in the 2002 and 2004 elections.

The State Elections Enforcement Commission will vote next week on whether to pursue charges against Coulter based on a complaint made by Daniel Borchers, an activist with Citizens for Principled Conservatism.

In his complaint Borchers cited a New York Daily News article alleging Coulter voted illegally in Connecticut in the 2002 and 2004 elections by submitting an absentee ballot from her home in New York.

Brad Friedman at has been reporting on Coulter's alleged voter fraud for years. Friedman claims to have proof she lied about her residency and then knowingly voted at the wrong polling place in Palm Beach County, Fla., in 2005.

Last month Coulter made headlines when she appeared at a GOProud benefit in New York. She faced off with porn producer Michael Lucas when he asked if she thought homosexuality was a choice. She declined to give a straight answer.

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