This photo provided by The Michigan Attorney General’s Office shows Lorianne O'Brady. Four campaign staffers were charged Thursday in an investigation into fake and duplicate signatures on nominating petitions submitted by former U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, who ultimately resigned after the scandal kept him off this year's ballot. Deputy district director Don Yowchuang, district director Paul Seewald, district representative Mary Melissa Turnbull and staffer Lorianne O'Brady face charges ranging from forgery and conspiracy to falsely signing election documents. The four are expected to be arraigned this week, attorney general's spokeswoman Joy Yearout said. (AP Photo/The Michigan Attorney General’s Office)

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This photo provided by The Michigan Attorney General’s Office shows Lorianne O'Brady.  Four campaign staffers were charged Thursday in an investigation into fake and duplicate signatures on nominating petitions submitted by former U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, who ultimately resigned after the scandal kept him off this year's ballot.  Deputy district director Don Yowchuang, district director Paul Seewald, district representative Mary Melissa Turnbull and staffer Lorianne O'Brady face charges ranging from forgery and conspiracy to falsely signing election documents. The four are expected to be arraigned this week, attorney general's spokeswoman Joy Yearout said.  (AP Photo/The Michigan Attorney General’s Office)
This photo provided by The Michigan Attorney General’s Office shows Lorianne O'Brady. Four campaign staffers were charged Thursday in an investigation into fake and duplicate signatures on nominating petitions submitted by former U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, who ultimately resigned after the scandal kept him off this year's ballot. Deputy district director Don Yowchuang, district director Paul Seewald, district representative Mary Melissa Turnbull and staffer Lorianne O'Brady face charges ranging from forgery and conspiracy to falsely signing election documents. The four are expected to be arraigned this week, attorney general's spokeswoman Joy Yearout said. (AP Photo/The Michigan Attorney General’s Office)
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