DA’s Office: 5 People Charged with Voter Fraud Related to 2020 General Election


The state’s attorney of DuPage County in Illinois announced Tuesday that his office has filed voter fraud charges against five people relating to the 2020 election.

The charges come as a result of investigations into 32 cases of alleged voter fraud in the suburban Chicago county, the office said in a statement.

“I would like to thank County Clerk Jean Kaczmarek and her office for their fine work in uncovering these alleged violations and bringing them to our attention,” DuPage State’s Attorney Robert Berlin said in a statement.

“The charges filed today are the direct result of the cooperation and professionalism displayed by the Clerk’s Office throughout the entire investigation.”

As a result of this process working as it should, five individuals were issued arrest warrants. Each of the defendants is accused of at least one Class 3 Felony, and two of them are accused of multiple Class 3 Felonies.

The five facing charges are Adam P. Butler, Thomas E. Wojciechowski, Colleen A. Kirchoff, Darrick Kent and Amy Kent, who range in age from 41 t0 73, the state attorney’s office said.

According to the statement, the charges include forgery and perjury.

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