A former Colorado Republican Party chairman who claimed last year that Democrats were responsible for voter fraud has been charged with voter fraud for allegedly forging his ex-wife's mail-in ballot during the November election, the Denver Post reported Tuesday. The criminal case comes as President Donald Trump and other Republicans have complained about widespread election fraud and called for voter reforms. Steve Curtis, 57, was arrested for tampering with a general election mail-in ballot when he signed his ex-wife's ballot. The Colorado Secretary of State said the incident marked the state's lone voter fraud case in 2016.
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