The Trump staffer's conviction comes after the president-elect in a tweet leveled unfounded claims of election fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire, and California. He also made the baseless claim that millions voted illegally.
A member of President-elect Donald Trump's Michigan election team faces up to five years in prison for election fraud.
Brandon Hall, 27, was found guilty Wednesday of ten counts of election fraud by a Ottawa County jury, as the Grand Haven Tribune reported.
A photo taken in the president-elect's Lansing campaign headquarters shows Hall alongside other Trump campaign staffers, including Deputy State Director C.J. Galdes and Kevin Tatulyan, director of coalitions.