|State||Defendant||Co-Defendants||Sex||Date||Election||D/R||Charged||Convicted||Type1||Type2||Type3||# Charges||# Fraudulent Votes / Election Margin||Description||Sentence||Source1||Source2||Source3||Source4||Source5||Follow Up|
|Tennessee||Chuck Hunt||M||2011||Tellico Plains Mayoral||2012-02||Vote Buying||8||Chuck Hunt was accused of bribing voters to cast ballots a certain way. Charged with 8 counts of bribery of a voter and 8 counts of conspiracy to bribe a voter.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/396437-tennessee-10th-district-attorney-r...||http://tnreport.com/2012/02/04/tbi-two-men-charged-with-bribing-voters-in-tellic...|
|Florida||Christiana Phillip||F||Non-citizen voting||Christiana Phillip was one of 15 noncitizens charged with voting in various elections. Pleaded guilty. (United States v. Phillip; 9:04-CR-80103)||3 months of probation||http://www.eac.gov/assets/1/workflow_staging/Page/61.PDF|
|Illinois||Anish Eapen||Armando Ramos||M||2007-02 2007-04||General, Runoff||Absentee/Mail||Voter intimidation/coercion||Illegal assistance||9||9||Anish Eapen and Armando Ramos, who campaigned for Alderman Bernard Stone in 2007, were sentenced to jail time for attempted voter fraud. Eapen, was convicted of 9 counts of vote fraud including attempted absentee ballot fraud and attempted mutilation of election materials for attempting to lure voters to use absentee ballots during Chicago elections in February and April 2007, violating the Illinois Election Code. Prosecutors charged the men with approaching residents in the ward and offering to help them cast absentee ballots, in some cases even filling out the ballots. Both faced multiple felony vote fraud charges, but Circuit Judge Marcus Salone found them guilty of attempted absentee ballot violations, which are misdemeanors.||364 days in jail||http://www.statesattorney.org/press_cityworkervotefraud01.html||http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2010-08-04/news/ct-met-vote-fraud-sentence-08...||http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2009-11-10/news/0911090431_1_absentee-ballot-...|
|California||Jason Holley||Jessica Sundell||M||2006||2006-10||Registration Fraud||1||0||Jason Holley and Jessica Sundell pleaded* guilty to one count of felony voter registration fraud for unlawfully registering voters without their knowledge. They acquired victims’ personal information by checking their IDs and forging voter party registration information in the victims’ name without the victims’ knowledge or consent. They were paid $10 by petition companies and campaign coordinators for each new voter form, as well as being paid separately for gathering petition signatures on statewide ballot initiatives.||*Plea deal: 3 years probation||http://admin.cdn.sos.ca.gov/press-releases/prior/2007/07_001.pdf||http://admin.cdn.sos.ca.gov/press-releases/prior/2006/06_166.pdf|
|Pennsylvania||Alexis Givner||F||2009-05||Registration Fraud||While working for ACORN, Alexis Givner was charged with forgery, solicitation, unsworn falsification, obstruction, interference and impersonation.||http://www.post-gazette.com/breaking/2009/05/07/ACORN-workers-charged-with-forgi...|
|Missouri||Carmen Davis||F||2007-01||Registration Fraud||Four individuals working for ACORN on a voter registration drive were indicted on Federal charges of filing false voter registration applications. Davis pleaded guilty in federal court to voter registration fraud.||120 days in halfway house||https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1278536441.html||http://nlpc.org/stories/2007/06/04/acorn-worker-pleads-guilty-vote-fraud-kansas-...||http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1891765/posts|
|Indiana||Larry Battle||M||2003||Democratic primary||D||2005-07||Ineligible district voting||7||3||Larry Battle pleaded* guilty to three counts of voter fraud for voting outside his precinct in the 2003 Democratic primary after the Joint Task Force on Vote Fraud charged him with seven counts of violating election laws.||*Plea deal: 2 years in prison||https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1124794661.html||http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=2214||http://dailysignal.com/2015/08/11/nearly-300-cases-the-extent-of-voter-fraud-in-...|
|Connecticut||David Aldarondo||M||D||Aldarondo was accused of neglecting to provide information about himself required by law, such as his signature, when assisting people with absentee ballot applications while campaigning door-to-door as a candidate for state representative in a Democratic primary.||Civil penalty of $500 and ordered to comply with the law in the future.|
|California||Lisa Marrone||F||2016-09||California Valley CSD||2016-09||5||1||Lisa Marrone, a member of the California Valley Community Services District Board of Directors, was charged with felony election fraud, including voter registration fraud, fraudulent voting on election day, filing a false declaration of candidacy document, perjury by declaration, and offering a false instrument for recording, by the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney's Office. Marrone filed a Declaration of Candidacy for reelection to the Board claiming she was a resident of California Valley when she actually lived elsewhere and was ineligible to serve on the Board.||http://www.ksby.com/story/33097645/election-fraud-charges-filed-against-californ...|
|New York||Clement Campana||Anthony DiFiglio William McInerney Anthony Renna John Brown Clement Campana Gary Galuski Michael LoPorto Ed McDonough Kevin McGrath||M||2009-09||Working Families Party Primary||D||Absentee/mail||Clement Campana, Troy City Council President, was indicted on five felonies and one misdemeanor for his allegedly defrauding voters during the 2009 Working Families Party primary. Campana was charged with four felony counts of illegal voting, one felony count of falsifying business records in the first degree as well as one count of conspiracy to promote or prevent election, a misdemeanor. He pled* not guilty to all charges in front of Judge George Pulver. The indictment states that Campana worked with other Democrats to conspire to help candidates win the primary. Many of the allegations involve talking voters into accepting and signing absentee ballot applications, and then filling in the rest of the application with fraudulent information like why the voter couldn't vote and then filing them with the Board of Elections. Campana turned down a deal that would have required him to plead guilty to a misdemeanor and serve 60 days of house arrest, said his attorney E. Stewart Jones, Three others pleaded guilty to felonies for their role in the scandal, including Councilman John Brown, who will likely spend six months in jail.||http://www.saratogian.com/article/ST/20111221/NEWS/312219994|
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