Ohio Anti-Fracking Group Organizer Pleads Guilty to 13 Felony Counts for Voter Fraud

By Jackie Stewart Rebecca Hammonds, a local organizer and employee of the Ohio Organizing Collaborative (OOC) — the multi-million dollar anti-fracking grassroots organization behind the six-times-failed Youngstown Community Bill of Rights ballot initiatives — was sentenced to 180 days in jail this week after pleading guilty to 13 felony counts for false voter registration and election fraud in January.
The irony of an OOC employee being convicted of multiple felonies for voter fraud is almost too much to bear, considering this is the same vocal anti oil-and-gas grassroots organization that falsely claimed election fraud after their onslaught of failed Community Bill of Rights efforts

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