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Cascade Resident Believes Election Voter Fraud Occurred

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All Americans have the constitutional right to choose their representatives by casting votes during an election, but in Cascade County that right may have been violated.

One Great Falls resident is claiming there was a large amount of voter fraud that took place during the last general election.

Steve Sem believes candidates in the 2012 county election broke Montana laws by campaigning inside the ExpoPark where Cascade County residents were casting their votes.

"The candidates were inside, and they were handing out drinks and food. Another candidate was sitting at the election table handling ballots. Those are in violation of Montana law," says Sem.

Sem also says there were miscounted ballots with a discrepancy of the number of votes on the county website and the official state count.

All complaints about these matters have been ignored by officials in charge, says Sem.

"I have filed a complaint with the U.S. Marshals and the FBI, but I just seem to get no where."

Sem wants the public to know about the vast injustice that he says occurred during the election.

"It is time to let the public know what is going on in their voting place. Hopefully, there will be some pressure that will get things done, and we can see some change in time for this next election."

Sem says he will continue to push the matter until it is rightfully investigated.

KFBB plans on reaching out to the officials and candidates Sem believes violated voting laws to get their side of the story as well.

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