Something not mentioned in this weekend’s Times profile of the far-right pundit Ann Coulter: She’s accused of committing voter fraud in the 2002 and 2004 elections, and her case is up before the Connecticut elections board this Thursday.
The complaint against Coulter, filed by anti-Coulter blogger Daniel Borchers in February 2009, alleges that she voted in Connecticut via absentee ballot in 2002 and 2004, using her parents’ Connecticut address but living in Manhattan.
The complaint is due up at Thursday’s meeting of the Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission, according to the AP and the local NBC affiliate.
This is separate from another voter fraud complaint filed against Coulter in Florida, where she was alleged to have voted in the wrong precinct after registering to a false address. The state dropped the complaint after apparent intervention from the FBI.