|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|
|Connecticut||Troy Pivarnik||M||Ineligible district voting||Troy Pivarnik was accused of voting in a district where he didn't live during a primary when his mother was on the ballot. Another candidate in the election accused him. Dismissed because of insufficient evidence.||Dismissed|
|Georgia||Qasim Cheema||2011-11||Non-citizen voting||Accused of being a non-citizen registered to vote and voting. (State Elections Board Case #2009-00201111721)||$500 fine, cease and desist order and public reprimand||https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/369066/georgia-response-with-cases.pd...|
|Mississippi||Karen Stevens||F||2010-09||According to the Public Integrity Division Case View PI-10-00054, a complaint was filed against Karen Stevens on 9/9/10.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/370944-mississippi-2nd-cases.html|
|Pennsylvania||Leah Rollison||F||OTHER||Leah Rollison was charged in relation to falsification of election counts. Pleaded guilty.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/394708-pennsylvania-lackawanna-county-res...|
|Michigan||Michael McGuinness (former Oakland County Democratic Chair)||Jason Bauer||M||2010-11||D||OTHER||6||Jason Bauer and Michael McGuinness were two Oakland County Democrats who pleaded no contest to charges related to putting fake Tea Party candidates on the Nov. 2010 election in an attempt to dilute the Republican ballot.||1 year of probation, 180 hours of community service and a $1,000 fine, in addition to court costs and other fees||http://www.theoaklandpress.com/article/OP/20111121/NEWS/311219932||http://www.theoaklandpress.com/article/OP/20111207/NEWS/312079935|
|Washington||Kimberlee Stanger||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||Kendall L. Craker||M||2009-08||Ineligible felon voting||Registration Fraud||2||Kendall L. Craker was accused of voting as a felon. Pleaded guilty to fraudulent registration and the charge for illegal voting was dropped.||60 days in jail||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/400659-wisconsin-milwaukie-county-respons...||http://archive.jsonline.com/news/crime/64013102.html|
|Ohio||Marian Wilson||F||2010-09||2012-10||Multiple voting||Absentee/mail||1||1||Franklin County resident Marian Wilson, of 1922 Kendall Place, Grove City, was charged with felony voter fraud after the Board of Elections reported that they had voted more than once in a past election. Wilson was indicted by a Franklin County grand jury on one count of illegal voting for voting twice by casting absentee ballots under slightly different names. Wilson was accused of casting a second ballot on Sept. 29, 2010, under the name Marian Toles. Elections officials working to clean up voter-registration rolls discovered that the voter had requested, received and returned absentee ballots in both names. Illegal voting is a fourth-degree felony, which can result in up to 18 months in prison for a conviction. But under sentencing reforms, convictions for such offenses bring a sentence of probation if they are non-violent.||http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2012/10/17/3-people-indicted-for-f...|
|Missouri||Tammy J. Martin||F||Multiple Voting||1||Martin pleaded guilty to voting twice in the same election.||1 year probation|
|Connecticut||Amy Bovaird||F||Registration Fraud||A complaint was made that Richard Murray, Neill Bovaird, Kelly Way, Nancy Pilon, Janelle Rooks, M. Samantha Geiger, Amy Bovaird, Peter Nygard, Shannon Nygard and Angela Harwood were registered and in some cases voted in a place where they did not reside. An Election Commission investigation found that the defendants had registered in good faith with the belief that they did reside in the district in which they registered. The Commission found that had the Registrar's office been more thorough and done their diligence, it would have found that the addresses provided were not within the required district and the voter registrations/voting would not have occurred.||Not charged||http://seec.ct.gov/e2casebase/data/fd/FD_2010_073.pdf|
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