False charges against conservative women?

Gabrielle LeDoux, R-Anchorage, is — apparently falsely — being charged with voter misconduct by Democrat district attorneys.

The charging documents say that in 2014, LeDoux texted other former residents of House District 15, urging them to request absentee ballots. 

Alaska Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux charged with voter misconduct in 2014, 2018 elections

The Democrats have “charging documents” — part of an archaic judicial system of “prosecution by information” hearkening back to a Communist or even Tsarist Russian rule which even to this day is not in pursuance of the Constitution of the United States.

I am not aware of further details, but these charges — like the impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump — are clearly false and politically motivated by the goals of a Democratic Party labor-union police state.

U.S. citizens who have left temporarily and intend to return to their home state and district are entitled to ask for and vote absentee ballots, pursuant to the usual and customary rules and regulations, provided they are not voting simultaneously in another district.

Any candidate running for public office is entitled to ask for their votes without fear of arbitrary and malicious criminal prosecution by political opponents.

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