DES MOINES -- A citizen of Bosnia and two Canadian citizens have been charged with election fraud and fraudulent practices for allegedly registering and voting in Iowa without U.S. citizenship.
The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation said it issued a citation to appear in court for 28-year-old Tehvedin Murgic, of Clive. The DCI said he is a citizen of Bosnia and registered and voted on Nov. 2, 2010.
Murgic's attorney did not immediately return a call.
Arrest warrants were issued for 66-year-old Laurie McCarroll and 53-year-old Leonard Blower, both of Shenandoah. The DCI said they are Canadian citizens who registered and voted in a school election in September 2011. The DCI said it believes they are no longer living in the United States.
Their cases were not listed on Iowa online court records.
Iowa's top elections administrator is vowing to continue to ferret out fraud and to push lawmakers for a voter ID law.
Secretary of State Matt Schultz said the voter fraud cases resulting in arrests so far are only the beginning.
Schultz said it's likely more arrests will come as the Iowa Criminal Investigation Division works through a list of more than 1,200 people he believes registered to vote without citizenship.