|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|
|Colorado||Unknown||2011||County||Absentee/Mail||Impersonation||1||Oct. 16, 2011, a vote was cast in the name of Irvin Mniszewski who died Sept. 6, 2011.||http://denver.cbslocal.com/2016/10/11/cbs4-investigation-reveals-another-dead-vo...|
|Wisconsin||Brian A. Uecker||2012-11||General||2013-03||Ineligible district voting||1||1||Brian A. Uecker was found guilty of a civil violaton for voting illegally in November 2012 in a ward in Greenfield where he didn't live. Uecker was fined $100.||$100 fine||http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/milwaukee-man-pleads-guilty-to-five-counts-of...||http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwaukee/prosecutors-charge-10-with-voter-fraud-4t...|
|Kansas||Finney County - Name Unknown||2008||Non-citizen voting||Registration Fraud||1||Non-citizen was accused of registering and voting. Prosecuted by county attorney; resulted in diversion.||Diversion||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/366880-kansas-2nd-response-part-1.html|
|New Jersey||Luquay Zahir||Marty Small Ernest Storr Tracy Pijuan Floyd Tally David Callaway Toni Dixon Dameka Cross Mark Crumble Michele Griffin Ramona Stephens Demaris Jones Ronald Harris||2009||Municipal - Democratic primary||2009-09||Absentee Ballot Fraud||9||David Callaway and Luquay Q. Zahir were campaign workers allegedly working alongside Atlantic City Councilman Marty Small to commit absentee ballot fraud. They were charged with 9 counts of voter fraud. Allegedly, voters were asked to apply for absentee ballots, but instead of letting the voters choose their own candidate, a self-proclaimed “secret army” mishandled ballots and even had a “shredding party” to dispose of votes for opposing candidates. Voters were told whom to vote for, never received their ballots — which wound up being cast anyway — or got their applications and ballots at the same time. It was alleged that some voters did not even live in the city, and used fictitious addresses in order to vote. Zahir was acquitted.||Acquitted||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/395062-new-jersey-dcj-cases-3.html||http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/breaking/atlantic-city-councilman-marty-...|
|Kentucky||Henderson County - Name Unknown||2004||Registration Fraud||An unnamed individual was charged with fraudulent registration. Found guilty.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/399240-kentucky-statewide-cases.html|
|New Jersey||Steve Fulop campaign||2013-05||Jersey City municipal||Absentee/mail||Ballot tampering||The re-election campaign of Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy accused rival City Councilman Steve Fulop’s campaign of sending out mail-in ballot applications that use a Fulop P.O. box, not the Hudson County clerk, as a return address. “Fulop is attempting to trick people into sending their ballots to the wrong place in order to suppress the vote in Ward F a ward Fulop knows he will lose,” says Jermaine Robinson, Healy’s Ward F council hopeful. New Jersey’s administrative code reads that the return address on mail-in ballot applications “shall not be altered or changed by any person or entity.” Fulop’s campaign insists it has the legal right to send out the applications with its address on it. A state Division of Elections spokesman referred comment to Hudson County Clerk Barbara Netchert. The state Election Law Enforcement Commission declined to comment. Netchert responded with a statement that she issued on Friday urging voters to use the county’s official application for mail-in ballots.||http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index.ssf/2013/05/jersey_city_mayors_re-election...|
|Kansas||Johnson County - Name Unknown||2012||Absentee Ballot Fraud||Multiple Voting||1||A person was accused of voting twice in a mail ballot election. Matter was referred to district attorney.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/366880-kansas-2nd-response-part-1.html|
|North Carolina||Tami Locust campaign (candidate)||2011-10||Greenville municipal||Voter intimidation/coercion||The Pitt County Board of Elections heard complaints on November 29, 2011, into possible voter fraud involving the District 2 race for Greenville City Council. In October, several people sent letters to the PCBOE saying they were forced to write in the name of a candidate. Those complaints allege that members of the Tami Locust campaign forced them to write in her name, claiming voter intimidation. Locust's campaign manager, Christopher Taylor, says neither he nor Locust intimidated potential voters. The results of the hearing were to be forwarded to the state Board of Elections. Incumbent Rose Glover won the election with 62% of the votes.||http://www.witn.com/home/headlines/Date_Set_For_Greenville_Voter_Fraud_Hearing_1...|
|Wisconsin||Fozia H. Nawaz||2012-11||General||2013-03||Ineligible district voting||1||1||Fozia H. Nawaz of Milwaukee was found guilty of a civil violation for voting illegally in Greenfield in November 2012. Nawaz was fined $100.||$100 fine||http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/milwaukee-man-pleads-guilty-to-five-counts-of...||http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwaukee/prosecutors-charge-10-with-voter-fraud-4t...|
|California||Unknown impersonators used identities of 265 deceased voters||Multiple||Impersonation||0||500||In 2016, CBS2 compared millions of voting records from the California Secretary of State’s office with death records from the Social Security Administration and found hundreds of so-called dead voters - 265 in Southern California and a vast majority of them, 215, in Los Angeles County alone. State records show votes were cast in their names after they died, in some cases year after year. Across all counties, 32 of the dead voters cast ballots in eight elections apiece, accounting for 256 fraudulent ballots.||None - no way to identify the impersonator||http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2016/05/23/cbs2-investigation-uncovers-votes-bein...||http://dailysignal.com/2016/05/26/california-refuses-to-admit-its-voter-fraud-pr...|
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