Three people in crucial swing states have been charged with voter fraud-related crimes, Abby Huntsman reported on Fox & Friends. In Virginia, Vafalay Massaquoi faces up to 40 years in prison for registering voters who did not even exist. The Washington Post reported that Massaquoi, 30, formerly of Alexandria, near Washington, was working for a "local advocacy group" at the time and filed the applications with the City of Alexandria, who notified state officials. Farther south, Gladys Coego, 74, was arrested after being seen by fellow voters' registration office workers marking an unknown "small" number of mail-in ballots that the Miami Herald reported resulted in additional votes for a mayoral candidate.
Also in the Sunshine State, 33-year-old Tomika Curgil allegedly filled out five election forms without the voters' consent. Curgil, who was working in a capacity for a campaign to legalize medical marijuana, also allegedly submitted numerous registration forms for people who do not exist, as well as some voters who have passed away.