Alleged Ballot Tampering In Oregon

OREGON CITY, Ore. – An Oregon election employee is caught, allegedly changing ballots.

Law enforcement in Clackamas County arrested a temporary election worker for allegedly filling in blank spaces in ballots with Republican candidates. They do not know how many elections this has happened in, nor how much of an effect this could have on the outcome.

If she is convicted, the maximum penalty is five years in prison, and a fine of $125,000.