Some voters take issue with vulnerable adults
BRAINERD (AP) -- On a warm day in Washington state, two days after Jim Stene's 12th birthday, he faced a decision that would alter his life forever.
And eventually place him at the center of a 2010 voting fraud allegation regarding vulnerable adults.
On June 28, 1987, Jim and his two sisters walked along a sandbar in a mountain river that was making its way to Puget Sound.
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