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Five People Charged With Voter Fraud in Illinois: DA’s Office

Five people are being accused of various election fraud-related cases during the Nov. 3 election, according to the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office in Illinois.

The state’s attorney’s office said the charges stem from investigations into 32 cases of alleged election fraud, adding that most of those cases have been closed without investigation. However, the office stressed that several remain under investigation, according to a news release on Tuesday.

Those who were charged include Colleen A. Kirchoff, 60, of Naperville; Thomas E. Wojciechowski, 73, or Carol Stream; and Adam P. Butler, 51, officials said in the release.

Kirchoff was charged with forgery and perjury after she allegedly attempted to cast a ballot for someone else, officials said in a news release. Butler was charged with a count of forgery and one count of perjury in election code, while Wojciechowski was charged with one count of perjury in election code, officials said.

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