Democratic Congressional Candidate Resigns Over 2006-08 Voter Fraud Allegation

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September 10, 2012 10:37 a.m.

A Democratic candidate has withdrawn from the race for Maryland’s 1st congressional district after the Democratic Party revealed they believe she voted in both Florida and Maryland during the 2006 general election and 2008 primary election.

Wendy Rosen, who is challenging Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD), resigned in an email to Maryland Democratic Chairwoman Yvette Lewis. The party had referred the potential voter fraud case to authorities after discovering Rosen’s voter files in both states.

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