Court date set for Edinburg Mayor accused of voter fraud

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Ricardo Molina (Photo Source: Hidalgo County Public Records)

A trial date has been set for Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina who is charged with multiple counts of voter fraud.

According to court records, Molina, who is facing a total of 11 counts of illegal voting and one count of engaging in organized election fraud, is expected to stand trial in December.

 In July, Molina and his wife, Dalia,  plead not guilty after they were officially charged.

Court records show Molina has a pre-trial court date set for November followed by his trial date on December 9.

His wife, Dalia, is expected to stand trial on the same date.

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