GOP candidate convicted of 2012 felony election fraud

A jury Wednesday afternoon convicted recent GOP primary candidate Brandon Michael Hall of committing felony election fraud while working for a different candidate.

About 1 p.m. Nov. 30, Hall was found guilty by a jury on 10 counts of election fraud, according to staff at Muskegon County’s 20th Circuit Court.

The Michigan Attorney General’s Office prosecuted Hall for forging signatures on nominating petitions he circulated for a judicial candidate in 2012.