Lawrenceburg Voter Fraud Case

Dearborn County, Election Integrity

Lawrenceburg Men Receive Probation in Voter Fraud Case

Eagle 99.3 Online • By Travis Thayer • January 4, 2023

Troy Kemper and James Bartlett were sentenced in September.

Lawrenceburg Voter Fraud Case - Dearborn County Courthouse

Lawrenceburg Voter Fraud Case – Dearborn County Courthouse

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – Two men have been sentenced for their role in voter fraud prior to the 2019 general election in Lawrenceburg.

Sentencing was handed down to Troy Kemper and James Bartlett last September.

Kemper pleaded guilty to Perjury (Class A Misdemeanor) and was sentenced to 365 days with 363 days suspended. He was also fined $185.

Read more here.



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