BOBBY CLEVELAND HIDES CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
FELON CANDIDATE PROCLAIMS TO REGISTER VOTERS
Oklahoma City – In a recent news article Republican candidate Bobby Cleveland was quoted as saying “I registered close to 100 people” to vote. “Did he register the same person 100 times?” asked Oklahoma Democratic Party Chairman Wallace Collins.
According to prosecutor’s records, Bobby Cleveland has admitted to committing a felony by illegally voting twice in a special election. According to records, he voted once by mailing a ballot in by absentee and then showed up to the polls and voted in person.
Chairman Collins stated, “How can we trust Bobby Cleveland to tell the truth when he was already caught red-handed at the ballot box?”
It is considered a felony to vote twice in Oklahoma. If he committed a felony, is he eligible to run for the legislature? Cleveland is the Republican candidate for Oklahoma State House District 20.
“This continues a pattern of bad behavior with the Oklahoma Republican Party and hiding criminal activity,” said Chairman Collins.