|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|
|Georgia ADDED SOURCE||Stanchez Passmore||Registration Fraud||Stanchez Passmore was accused of being an unqualified voter. Case dismissed for lack of evidence.||Dismissed for lack of evidence.||https://web.archive.org/web/20161226021856/http://www.documentcloud.org/document...|
|Georgia ADDED SOURCE||Duncan Giathi||Non-citizen voting||Registration fraud||Duncan Giathi was accused of being a non-citizen registered to vote and voting. Dismissed without prejudice for failure to notice.||Dismissed without prejudice for failure to notice.||https://web.archive.org/web/20161226021856/http://www.documentcloud.org/document...|
|California||Theresa Sogbi||F||Theresa Sogbi pleaded guilty to fraudulently voting or attempting to vote.||Served two years probation and 40 hours of community service|
|Texas||Jose Tellez||M||A grand jury dropped the charges against Jose Tellez.||Dismissed|
|Connecticut||Maricelys Maldonado||F||Registration Fraud||Maricelys Maldonado was accused of forging 80 voter registration cards to fulfill her duties for the regional Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration. Maldonado was hired to register people to vote, but admitted to taking names from the phone book to complete her work. Maldonado admitted to the State of Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission that she forged the cards.||Ordered to write letters of apology to 13 Connecticut towns and pay a $2,000 civil penalty.|
|Connecticut||Neil A. Dupont||M||Absentee/Mail||Neil Dupont filled out an absentee ballot for his wife but failed to co-sign the ballot to show that he assisted her.||Ordered to comply with this rule for future elections|
|Connecticut||Barbara Morehead||F||Ineligible district voting||Barbara Morehead was accused of voting from Hartford when she was legally a resident of East Hartford.||$1,000 fine -which was reduced to $250 because of her financial circumstances. Ordered to comply with the law in the future and to cancel her voter registration in Hartford.|
|Connecticut||Ana Molina||F||Registration Fraud||Ana Molina worked for the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration as a voter registration officer. She was accused of falsifying voter registration cards.||$5,000 fine, which was remitted to $700 because of her financial situation. Also ordered to send a letter of apology to the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration.|
|Connecticut||Esther W. Rozum (town clerk)||F||Absentee/Mail||Esther Rozum, a town clerk, was accused of failing to provide an absentee ballot to a designee of a sick/physically disabled absentee ballot applicant.||$1,000 fine and ordered to comply with the law in the future|
|Connecticut||Lori Lyons||F||Absentee/Mail||Lori Lyons was accused of failing to provide information about herself as required by law, when she assisted her son with his absentee ballot application.||$200 fine and ordered to comply with the law in the future|
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