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Ballot fraud won’t send elderly Miami woman to jail, but she will lose right to vote

MIAMI — Everybody agreed: When Gladys Coego covertly filled in other people’s absentee ballots while working at the Miami-Dade elections headquarters, she chipped away at the integrity of the voting system. But at 74, Coego is elderly, diabetic and depressed, her relatives told a judge on...
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