The District Attorney’s office is going after a professional petiution circulator accused of registering to vote at addresses where he doesn’t live, according to a press release issed Monday by Steve Cooley’s office.
Mark Jacoby, 25, used the fake addresses to circulate petitions statewide, the DA alleges.
Jacoby was charged with two felony counts of perjury and registration fraud on Oct. 3. He faces five years state prison time if convicted.
He was arrested on Saturday in Ontario and released after posting $50,000 bail, officials said. Jacoby was affiliated with a company known as “Young Political Majors.”