From Matt Caron’s Report: State election commission refers 2 Bridgeport ballot fraud investigations to the Chief State’s Attorney’s Office for potential prosecution.

This means the State Elections Enforcement Commission found the evidence credible enough to hand over to the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney.

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Another bombshell announcement in the Bridgeport ballot fraud scandal, as the State Elections Enforcement Commission has referred two investigations for potential prosecution. This is significant because it means the State Elections Enforcement Commission found the evidence credible enough to hand over to the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney.

Will anyone be held accountable for alleged ballot fraud in Bridgeport? That decision is now being left to Chief State’s Attorney Patrick Griffin. In an interview from February, Gov. Lamont told FOX61 he has been in touch with Griffin.

The group Fight Voter Fraud will have their case heard before the State Supreme Court on May 1. Their aim is to get the state to use an old law that would allow Bridgeport voters to force an arrest.

“We saw that the Chief State’s Attorney’s Office was not moving forward. We are supposed to have quick justice on everything,” said Fight Voter Fraud CEO Linda Synkowicz.

Read the full report here.

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