|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|
|Idaho||William Burl Clayton III||M||2004||General||Petition fraud||William Burl Clayton III was found guilty of wrongfully signing a petition (Idaho Code 34-1814) in the 2004 general election.||2 years probation||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/392488-idaho-bonneville-county-response-w...||http://www.legislature.idaho.gov/idstat/Title34/T34CH18SECT34-1814PrinterFriendl...|
|Georgia||William Christopher Twilley||M||2011-08||Absentee/Mail||Accused of voting an absentee ballot assigned to the previous owner of his home. (State Elections Board Case #2010-00881109476; Douglas County)||Cease and desist order order and a public reprimand||https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/369066/georgia-response-with-cases.pd...|
|New York||William Connors (former county economic development director)||Joseph Conners||M||Primary||D||2005-08||Absentee Ballot Fraud||William Connors, a county economic development director, allegedly filed fraudulent absentee ballots to secure the Conservative Party nomination for a Democrat. Pleaded guilty to primary election violations.||2 weekends in jail, $5,000 fine and forced to resign as custodian of voting machines||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/395980-new-york-saratoga-county-response-...|
|Georgia||William Curry||M||Petition Fraud||William Curry was accused of being and unnamed circulator for nomination petition.||$200 fine, cease and desist order and public reprimand||https://web.archive.org/web/20161216002204/http://www.documentcloud.org/document...|
|Alabama||William F. Bailey||Mary Jo Ingram Eugene Emerson David Sutherland Jimmy F. Richardson Scotty D. Cole Denita Lee Idas L. Neal, Jr.||M||2000-06||Republican primary||R||2000-06||Vote buying||Absentee/Mail||Conspiracy||2||1||Eight Alabamans were convicted on federal and state charges of vote buying and absentee ballot fraud in Winston County in the June 2000 Republican primary. All eight entered guilty pleas, admitting their roles in the voter fraud conspiracy that involved using cash, beer and liquor to buy votes. William Bailey pleaded* guilty to one federal count of conspiracy to commit vote buying and one state felony count of illegal absentee voting.||*Plea deal/Federal: 3 years probation (4 months under electronically monitored home detention), 250 hours community service, $1,000 fine *Plea deal/State: 1 year + 1 day in jail (suspended if federal sentence served), 3 years probation, $50 fee plus court costs, barred from holding public office||http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/20021020/NEWS/210200353?p=5&tc=ar||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/394032-alabama-voter-fraud.html||http://www.timesdaily.com/archives/two-plead-guilty-in-vote-fraud-case/article_2...|
|Pennsylvania||William Geary||Thomas Keefer, Walter "Deb" Wiltrout||M||2011-11||General||D||2013-10||Absentee/mail||Illegal assistance||Conspiracy||10||7||William Geary and Thomas Keefer, Democratic Bullskin Township supervisors, were charged with voter fraud for soliciting absentee votes from elderly residents who weren't eligible to cast such ballots. Keefer was charged with five violations of the election code relating to absentee ballots. Geary was charged with seven violations of the same provision. In addition, both men were charged with one count of unlawful assistance in voting and two counts of conspiracy. Former supervisor Walter "Deb" Wiltrout was charged with three counts related to unlawful assistance of two voters. Keefer, Geary, and Wiltrout visited elderly voters' homes to help them complete ballots despite knowing the voters were physically able to vote in-person on Election Day, and also failed to fill out declarations of physical disability with the ballots, which certify that the voters wouldn't be able to vote in-person. Keefer obtained six votes that way, Geary obtained seven, and Wiltrout two. All three were admitted into a pretrial diversionary program in Fayette County Court.||Pre-Trial Intervention: 6 months Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD)||http://www.heraldstandard.com/law_and_order/courts/bullskin-supervisors-accused-...||http://triblive.com/news/fayette/4868381-74/keefer-presentment-ballots||http://notenoughsaid.blog.com/2015/03/14/fayette-county-grand-jury-one-sealed-pr...||http://notenoughsaid.blog.com/files/2015/03/1stPresentment1.pdf||http://notenoughsaid.blog.com/files/2015/03/2ndPresentment1.pdf|
|Mississippi||William Gregory Eason||Minnie Saulsberry||M||2003-08||Tallahatchie County run-off||2004-04||Vote buying/selling||Voter intimidation/coercion||Illegal assistance||14||8||William Gregory Eason was found guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit voter fraud and eight counts of voter fraud in the August 2003 Tallahatchie County District 5 Supervisor run-off election. Eason was charged, along with Minnie Saulsberry, of buying absentee votes with cash and beer, coercing voters, and illegal assistance. He was sentenced to two years in prison and fined $500. His conviction was upheld on appeal.||2 years in prison, $500 fine||http://caselaw.findlaw.com/ms-court-of-appeals/1379480.html||http://bradreeves.blogspot.com.br/2005/12/beer-for-votes-conviction-upheld.html||http://courts.ms.gov/Images/Opinions/CO31333.pdf|
|Georgia||William H. Davis||M||2008||2011-02||Multiple Voting||1||William H. Davis was accused of being registered to vote in both Florida and Georgia and voting in both during the 2008 election. (State Elections Board Case #2008-012311047541107272)||$500 fine, cease and desist order and public reprimand||https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/369066/georgia-response-with-cases.pd...|
|Washington||William Hammond||M||Registration Fraud||1||A charge of registration fraud against William Hammond was found to have Insufficient evidence to pursue.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/368706-washington-clark-county-response-w...|
|Connecticut||William Harding III||M||Absentee Ballot Fraud||Harding, a city employee, was accused of voting an absentee ballot when he could have voted in person.||$200 fine and ordered to comply with the law in the future|
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