(Denver Post) The Arapahoe County district attorney’s office has charged four people with misdemeanors after a voter-fraud investigation that tracked more than 40 people and election records dating back to 2008.

Two of the people charged are immigrants — one from Africa who has donated to Democratic causes, the other from Poland — who have been deemed ineligible to vote in Colorado. The other two are Coloradans who worked for a liberal non-profit organization that registered people to vote.

All four are charged with “procuring false registration,” according to a news release Friday from Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler’s office. The office investigated 41 “non-citizens.”

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