Three Guilty Of Buying Votes

Three Guilty Of Buying Votes

A federal jury convicts two people of buying votes in Breathitt County, while a third person pleaded guilty.
A federal jury says two eastern Kentuckians are guilty of buying votes.

The jury found Naomi Johnson and Earl Young guilty to conspiring to buy votes for Michael Salyers, a candidate for magistrate in Breathitt County in 2010. Salyers pleaded guilty to conspiracy in February. He'll be sentenced in May.

Another defendant -- Jackie Jennings -- pleaded guilty. Johnson, Young, and Jennings will be sentenced in July.
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