A Minnesota Senate ethics committee, comprised of conservatives and liberals, voted unanimously to investigate Democratic Farmer-Labor Party (DFL) member, Senator Omar Fateh for voter fraud.
Fateh allegedly tried to secure taxpayer funding for a nonprofit that helped his campaign.
Fateh’s brother-in-law was found guilty for lying to a grand jury.
“The subcommittee decided Wednesday to formally investigate Fateh for his possible involvement in a voter fraud scheme and an incident in which he tried to secure taxpayer funding for a nonprofit that helped his campaign. The subcommittee also decided without objection to issue subpoenas, bringing in witnesses to share what they know,” Alpha News reported.