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Police Charge 86-Year-Old with Dementia: You Voted Twice

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An 86-year-old Minnesota woman says her dementia caused her to vote twice in the 2012 primary election, but prosecutors say they have no discretion in cases of alleged voter fraud. NBC News reports.

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March 17, 2013 8:03 pm

Are you kidding me give the woman the benefit of the doubt

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