Rise to the Moment of Truth Friday, June 21, 2024

Tag: david cole

David Cole Alabama News
Fmr State Rep. Cole sentenced to 60 days jail time after voter fraud guilty plea

Former State Rep. David Cole was sentenced on Tuesday after pleading guilty to voter fraud by voting at an unauthorized polling location.

election, vote, voting Alabama News
Ivey calls special election for now-vacant House District 10 seat after arrest, resignation of previous member

Gov. Kay Ivey recently announced the special election for the currently vacant House District 10 seat after the former officeholder resigned after being arrested on voter fraud charges.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. Cole resigns seat after voter fraud arrest

State Rep. David Cole (R-Huntsville) has officially resigned his position in the House of representatives after his arrest earlier this week on charges of voter fraud.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. David Cole's arrest stems from changing voter registration to bolster residence claims, lawyer who prosecuted election challenge says

The lawyer who prosecuted State Rep. David Cole (R-Madison) during an election contest earlier this year told 1819 News that Cole's arrest on Tuesday stemmed from under-oath testimony he gave during a deposition in May related to his voter registration.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. David Cole arrested, charged with voter fraud

State Rep. David Cole (R-Huntsville) was arrested on Tuesday and charged with voter fraud, stemming from long-standing complaints from the 2022 election.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. Cole asks for delay days before State House deposition in election lawsuit

Freshman State Rep. David Cole (R-Madison) asked for a stay in the contested election lawsuit on Friday in Madison County Circuit Court a few days before he is scheduled to be deposed at the State House.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. Cole to be deposed at State House on election residency questions

Freshman State Rep. David Cole (R-Madison) will be deposed in the Alabama State House on May 17 in a lawsuit alleging he didn’t fulfill residency requirements to serve in the role.