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PETITIONS: Royalton supervisor candidate pleads guilty in el

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PETITIONS: Royalton supervisor candidate pleads guilty in election fraud« Thread Started on Sept 26, 2006, 9:43pm » --------------------------------------------------------------------------------PETITIONS: Royalton supervisor candidate pleads guilty in election fraudBy Tasha Kates/katest@gnnewspaper.comLockport Union-Sun & Journalread at source: ... 29.htmlThe fifth person implicated in a string of election petition fraud cases has admitted he left his Republican petitions on the counter of his business.William N. Dust Sr., 65, 7858 Chestnut Ridge Road, Town of Royalton, pleaded guilty Monday to attempted misconduct in relation to campaign petitions. District Attorney Matthew Murphy said Dust reportedly left the Republican designating petitions on the counter of Olear’s Inc. Three people signed statements saying they had signed the petitions for the Royalton Town Supervisor spot July 14, 2005, without Dust’s watchful eye.A phone call to Dust was not immediately returned.Dust is the first Republican to plead guilty in the fraud cases. Wilson supervisor candidate Edward Hastings, county Legislature candidate William Boulden of Pendleton, state senator candidate Matthew Bova and Anne Riester, wife of Pendleton Supervisor James Riester, have already pleaded guilty.
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