|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|
|Texas||Oralia Fausto||Absentee Ballot Fraud||Petition Fraud||Oralia Fausto was reported to have been a part of a voting scheme with four others, where he illegally voted via mail-in ballot, as well as registered fake names to vote throughout Starr County, Texas. Fausto completed a pretrial diversion and the charges were dismissed.|
|Illinois||Sheila Thomas||Charles Powell Jesse Lewis Kelvin Ellis Yvette Johnson||F||2004-11||General||D||Vote buying||East Saint Louis precinct committeemen Sheila Thomas, Charles Powell, Jesse Lewis, and Kelvin Ellis, as well as precinct worker Yvette Johnson, were convicted for conspiracy to commit election fraud after participating in vote buying activities in the 2004 election, including submitting budgets that would allow city funds to pay voters to vote for Democratic candidates.||18 months in prison, 2 years supervised release, $400 ﬁne||http://archive.ksdk.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=81280||http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1414782/posts||http://madisonrecord.com/stories/510559878-east-st-louis-vote-buying-case-goes-t...|
|Washington||Sarah Moore||F||1||Records received from Snohomish County Washington did not indicate the specific accusation. From a list of almost 200 voter fraud cases that occurred since June 2007, only one person was charged. According to the prosecutor's office, the remainder of the cases were not prosecuted and no records were kept on the type of specific charge for the unprosecuted cases.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/394076-washington-snohomish-county-respon...|
|Wisconsin||Gladys Huber||F||OTHER||Gladys Huber was accused of falsifying information pertaining to candidacy or nomination. She reportedly was a "fake" candidate for the Democratic party, hired by Republicans to ensure there would be a primary before the general election.|
|Connecticut||Damon B. Smith||M||2004-11||Multiple Voting||A complaint was made that Damon Smith may have voted in two towns during the November 2004 state election. Smith was registered in two towns simultaneously since 1985 because he did not provide registrars with his prior voting address when he moved. He was removed from the list in the town where he no longer lived. Complaint was dismissed.||Dismissed|
|Virginia||James Edward Dorsey||2007 2008||2013-04||Registration fraud - ineligible felon||1||0||In April 2013, a grand jury indicted James Edward Dorsey and five other convicted felons on charges of giving false statements when registering to vote. The registrations occurred in 2007 and 2008. The six were each indicted on a felony count of election fraud: Mark Winfield Atwater of Portsmouth; James Edward Dorsey of Portsmouth; Brenda Lee Harris of Virginia Beach; Tyrone Stith of Chesapeake; Lisa Charlotte White of Portsmouth; and Delphine Williams of Portsmouth. Nearly 20 cases were referred to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney, but the office is prosecuting only those that were clearly intending to deceive.||http://pilotonline.com/news/local/crime/six-felons-indicted-on-voter-fraud-alleg...|
|California||Molly Morales||F||2009||St. Helena school board||2010-02||Multiple voting||2||1||Molly Morales pleaded* guilty to a misdemeanor count of voter fraud after receiving two mail-in ballots for the Fall 2009 St. Helena school board election, one addressed to her and the other addressed to “Molly LaPointe,” and ﬁlling out and submitting both ballots. In exchange for her plea, a felony count of fraudulently signing a ballot was dismissed.||*Plea deal: 3 years probation, 150 hours community service, $1,100 ﬁne, $4,080 restitution||http://napavalleyregister.com/star/news/local/morales-pleads-guilty-to-voter-fra...||http://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/st-helena-recall-leader-charged-with-vo...|
|New Jersey||Ana Vely-Gomez||Rigo Rodriguez Lissette Rodriguez Juan Jimenez Belkis M. Cespedes Ana Vely-Gomez Lucia A. Guzman Inocencio Jimenez Jose Ramon Ruiz Dalila Rodriguez Octavio A. Dominguez Juana A. Gil Jose E. Gonzalez Loudes Inoa Ricardo A. Fermin-Cepeda Wilson A. Torres||2010-05||Paterson city council||D||2010-12||Absentee/mail||Ballot tampering||Ana Vely-Gomez of Paterson; Belkis M. Cespedes of Paterson; Lucia A. Guzman of Paterson; Inocencio Jimenez of Paterson; and Jose Ramon Ruiz of Prospect Park, were arrested on charges of second- and third-degree voter fraud and third-degree tampering with public record. Dalila Rodriguez of Paterson, Wilson A. Torres of Paterson, Octavio A. Dominguez of Elmwood Park; Juana A. Gil of Paterson; Jose E. Gonzalez of Paterson; and Loudes Inoa of Paterson were charged with third-degree voter fraud and third-degree tampering with public records. Ricardo A. Fermin-Cepeda of Paterson, was charged with second- and third-degree voter fraud and third-degree tampering with public records but is currently a fugitive. The defendants all allegedly acted as bearers/messengers for mail-in (absentee) ballots. The complaint summonses allege that the defendants tampered with mail-in ballots and/or voted mail-in ballots on behalf of voters who did not receive the ballots or who did not authorize them to vote for them.||http://www.nj.gov/oag/newsreleases10/pr20101202b.html|
|Wisconsin||Tate Hohnstein||M||2012-06 2012-11||Special General||2014-05||Ineligible felon voting||4||At the time Tate Hohnstein voted, he was still on extended supervision from a sentence in 2002 for three convictions in Washington County. Charged with 2 counts of providing false information to an election official, and 2 of voting as a disqualified person, all felony charges.||http://archive.jsonline.com/news/crime/grafton-felon-accused-of-illegally-voting...|
|Indiana||Max Judson, Jr.||M||2014||Democratic primary||D||2015-09||Absentee/Mail||Illegal assistance||4||15||Max Judson, a Sullivan County Council member, was indicted by a federal grand jury on four counts of voter fraud and witness tampering in connection with the May 2014 Democratic primary election. Judson was charged with soliciting a voter to complete an absentee ballot application, knowing that the voter was ineligible to register to vote because the voter lived in another county; marking an absentee ballot so that another person voted for someone different than intended; receiving and delivering absentee ballots to voters when he was not authorized to do so; and hindering a voter from truthfully talking to an investigator about the allegations. Judson admitted to being present while at least 15 people filled out their absentee ballots and that on nearly all of these occasions, he told voters how they should vote or which bubbles to fill in on their ballots. Judson admitted that he knew his conduct was wrong, and that as a candidate he should not have been involved in the voting process. Judson defeated his primary opponent by just18 votes and was later elected to office in the general election.||http://www.electionlawcenter.com/uncategorized/indiana-democrat-faces-federal-vo...||http://www.tribstar.com/news/local_news/fed-grand-jury-indicts-sullivan-councilm...||http://www.gcdailyworld.com/story/2235456.html|
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