June 24, 2024

A Florida woman is under arrest in Nebraska for alleged election crimes committed in Kansas.
Nebraska authorities arrested 47-year-old Jamie Johnson, of Dade City, Florida, on May 29th for forging signatures on petitions to make “No Labels” an officially recognized political party in Kansas. Secretary of State Scott Schwab reviewed the allegations before forwarding the case to Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach’s office. Johnson is charged with multiple counts of election fraud in Johnson County District Court, including one count of election perjury and 18 counts of election forgery. She is currently detained in Nebraska pending extradition to Kansas and appearance in Johnson County District Court.

Kobach took a no nonsense approach when discussing the case, saying as Attorney General, he is determined to prosecute election fraud to the fullest extent of the law. He added, …”it doesn’t matter how far you run we will drag you back to Kansas and prosecute you. The people of Kansas deserve the most secure elections possible.” He did add that Johnson should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.