SD Man Says He's Not Guilty Of Voting Twice
by KDLT News
July 02, 2013 3:17 PM
A Mitchell man who is accused of voting twice in last month's Mitchell School Board election says he is not guilty.
According to KORN Radio, Craig Guymon made his initial court appearance today and entered the not guilty plea.
Court documents say that Guymon voted once at the Mitchell Career & Technical Education Academy and then submitted an absentee ballot at the Davison County Auditor's office. Guymon provided his license at both locations.
Guymon was arrested after poll workers discovered the double vote.
Voting more than once is a class six felony punishable by two years in a state penitentiary and a $4,000 fine.
Judge Tim Bjorkman set trial for the week of August 20th.