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Former County Council Candidate Edwards Hunt Responds to Voter Fraud Allegation

Former Hawaii County Council Candidate Tiffany Edwards Hunt went before a grand jury yesterday and according to her Twitter feed she says “I was denied the opportunity to testify before a grand jury today, to address these false voter fraud allegations.  I am innocent”.

Tiff Tweet 1She then went on to comment on the way the Prosecuting Attorneys Office is handling her case:
Tiff Tweet2Then ends her twitter rant with a “… bright side…”  tweet:
Tiff Tweet3I can say that if she read the Hawaii Tribune… she would know already who filed the allegations against her… as that has been made public.  I can tell you that my name won’t be showing up in any of those papers… despite what some folks may think.

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  1. Just for public information, since local media failed to follow up on this issue, Tiffany Edwards Hunt changed her not guilty plea to voter fraud before Judge Glenn Hara on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016 in Hilo. Tiffany’s charge was reduced from felony to a single misdemeanor voter fraud in exchange for her nolo contendre plea on the condition that she not have to serve any jail time. The prosecutor also said he would not oppose a DAG plea which would allow for the conviction to be erased from her record upon successful completion of her Deferred Acceptance of Guilty plea. The maximum penalty for that count was 1 year in jail and a $2,000 fine. Instead, she was sentenced to one year of probation and a $500 fine plus court fees. Judge Hara read her the terms of her probation included she could not use marijuana in any form or any intoxicants, have no guns or ammunition, break no state or federal laws while on probation, and not leave Hawaii without the permission of her parole officer. She was ordered to go directly to the Probation Office following Monday’s court hearing.

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