KILLEEN, Texas — The Bell County Grand Jury indicted a Killeen election judge for illegally voting multiple times and voting in elections for district he didn't live in, an affidavit said. 

Klaus Michael Adam was indicted on four separate counts of illegal voting in connection to the Killeen City Council elections on May 4, an affidavit said. 

Adam was not only accused of voting multiple times in his own district, but also for voting in elections for districts he doesn't live in. 

"During the May 4, 2019 City of Killeen municipal election, City staff became aware that an election judge had cast a vote in each of the three district elections though he was eligible to cast only one vote in one district," city spokesperson Hilary Shine said. 

Shine said the improper votes cast did not affect the outcome of any of the district elections, since there was a large margin of victory in each race. 

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