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Hearing set for January 11 in 9th Congressional District ballot fraud case

There will be a public evidentiary hearing on irregularities in the 9th Congressional District election on January 11, the State Board of Election and Ethics Enforcement announced late Friday afternoon.

The meeting, to be held at 10 a.m., does not yet have a location but one will be released with further details in the coming days, according to a release by the board.

“State investigators are awaiting additional documents from parties subpoenaed in this matter and finalizing the investigation prior to the hearing,” board spokesman Patrick Gannon said in an e-mail.

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