JEFFERSON — A voter fraud investigation in Ashtabula County may come as no surprise, as Rebuplican Presidential Nominiee, Donad Trump, known for promoting a, what he calls, “rigged system,” prepares to speak at Spire Institute Thursday night. County election board members said an investigation of a letter alleging that a worker at the county’s Democratic headquarters encouraged a woman to sign a change of address form for her boyfriend, found absolutely no evidence to support wrongdoing, in what the county prosecutor dubbed, a “non-issue.”
Fans of the GOP contender are gearing up for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign stop in Harpersfield Township this evening. Ashtabula County Republican Committee officials said thousands are expected to turnout from near and far, including northeast Ohio and northwest Pennsylvania, adding walk-ins are welcome!
Trump was the top vote-getter in the March primary, with 6,160 votes in a field of nine Republican presidential candidates. Hillary Clinton, Trump’s Democratic opponent, won 5,403 votes in a three-person race for the nomination. Ohio’s 14th Congressional district, which includes Ashtabula County, is a key district in the election.