WHAT DID CLEVELAND PLEA?
DID CANDIDATE COMMIT VOTER FRAUD??
Oklahoma City – Republican candidate Bobby Cleveland needs to tell the voters what he pled to in order to receive a deferred prosecution, when he was caught voting twice in the same election, which is a felony under Oklahoma law. In order to receive a deferred sentence like he did, he would have had to submit a plea to the court.
“As a candidate he needs to be responsible to the voters in Oklahoma and tell them the truth,” said Oklahoma Democratic Party Chairman Wallace Collins.
Bobby Cleveland is the Republican candidate in the State House race for district 20 which covers parts of Cleveland, Garvin, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties.
“What kind of sweetheart deal did he make with the Republican District Attorney?” Chairman Collins continued, “Oklahoma Republican Party Chair Matt Pinnell needs to clarify his candidate’s criminal record in House District 20.”
Citizens that have been convicted of a felony are not allowed to run for the state legislature according to Oklahoma statutes.