Background of voting machine conferee drawing attention


A woman set to testify later this month before a legislative committee on voting machine integrity has had legal run-ins with North Dakota authorities in which a judge found that she violated state consumer protection laws.

Three years ago, a North Dakota judge entered a default judgment against Terpsichore Maras — who also goes by Tore — for soliciting money for homeless shelters that she used to make purchases at McDonald's, Walmart, Waxing the City and Target, according to court records.

He ordered . . .


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