Howard Wilkinson

voter fraud
11:25 am
Tue May 28, 2013

Former poll worker pleads no contest in vote fraud

Melowese Richardson and her attorney, William Gallagher
Howard Wilkinson

Melowese Richardson, the Madisonville poll worker accused for voting illegally for herself and others over three elections, entered no contest pleas in court this morning to four of the eight charges against her.

Hamilton County Common Pleas Court Judge Robert Ruehlman accepted the plea bargain reached between Richardson's attorney and assistant county prosecutor William Anderson and found Richardson guilty of four counts of illegal voting.

The other four counts were dismissed.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun May 26, 2013

Pillich versus Mandel could be a classic

The 2014 slate of Democratic candidates for Ohio’s statewide offices is not exactly set in stone, but it is getting pretty close.


Why so early, you ask?


Well, when you have been beaten like a rented mule in the 2010 statewide elections, as the Ohio Democratic Party was, there is no such thing as being too early out of the gate.

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Howard's chat
8:58 am
Mon May 20, 2013

Howard Wilkinson talks about Connie Pillich running for state treasurer

Howard Wilkinson
Michael Keating

This week Howard Wilkinson talks about Connie Pillich running for state treasurer and the latest on the voter fraud cases in Hamilton county.

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Howard Wilkinson's Political Blog
8:08 am
Mon May 20, 2013

Pillich to take on Mandel for Ohio treasurer

Connie Pillich
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State Rep. Connie Pillich, a Democrat from Montgomery, announced this morning she will take on Republican incumbent Josh Mandel for the Ohio treasurer's office in 2014.

Pillich, who represents the 28th Ohio House District in northern Hamilton County, won re-election last year after Republicans in the Ohio General Assembly had re-drawn her district to make it considerably more Republican.

She is a third term state representative, a retired captain in the U.S. Air Force, and a lawyer.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun May 12, 2013

Partisan fireworks coming over vote fraud cases?

So far, during the months of investigation into alleged voter fraud in the 2012 election, the two Republicans and two Democrats on the Hamilton County Board of Elections have, for the most part, played nice, with partisan bickering down to a minimum.


That could change very quickly Wednesday morning, when the board of elections next meets.


That’s when the board will take up the issue of whether to refer more cases of alleged “voter  anomalies” – that is the polite word they have been using for cases of alleged voter fraud – to the Hamilton County prosecutor.

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