|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|
|Arkansas||Phillip Carter (West Memphis City Councilman)||Hudson Hallum Kent Hallum Sam Malone||M||2011||State House Primary, Runoff and General||D||Vote Buying||Absentee/Mail||Conspiracy||Former Democratic Rep. Hudson Hallum, Kent Hallum, Phillip Wayne Carter and Sam Malone pleaded guilty to the conspiracy that helped Hudson Hallum win his seat in the Arkansas House of Representatives in 2011. Conspiring to commit election fraud in a scheme that included destroying ballots and exchanging money, alcohol and food for votes. Prosecutors said Hallum and his father, Kent, tasked campaign workers Phillip Wayne Carter and Sam Malone with obtaining absentee ballot applications for certain voters and assisting voters in filling out the ballots, while actually completing absentee ballots in some instances without regard to the voter's actual candidate choice. A total of nine people were charged by federal and state authorities in connection with the plan. Carter had used the same absentee ballot fraud strategy in other elections at the state and federal level. Carter organized others, including Malone, a Quorum Court member, School Board member and police officer, to participate.||Plea deal: 3 years probation, including 5 months of home confinement with electronic monitoring, $2,500 fine, 100 hours community service||http://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2012/09/05/vote-fraud-case-coming-...||https://www.fbi.gov/littlerock/press-releases/2013/former-state-representative-h...||http://media.arkansasonline.com/news/documents/2012/09/05/hallumetal.electionfra...|
|Maine||Donald Wright||M||2009-11||2011||Multiple Voting||2||1||Accused of voting early and on Election Day during the same election in 2009. He had "cognitive issues" and may not have remembered that he already voted, according to an email from Maine assistant attorney general Leanne Robbin. He was charged with voting more than once and with making a false statement.||Resolved through filing agreement; charges would be dismissed if he completed 60 hours of community service or gave $600 to a non-profit approved by the Attorney General's Office.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/403897-maine-ag-response-with-cases.html|
|New Jersey||Edwin Cruz||Samuel Gonzalez (husband of Teresa Ruiz) John Fernandez Gianine Narvaez Edwin Cruz Jonathon Kowalski Antonio Santana Joaquin Caceres Angel Colon Sorinette Rosario||M||2007-11||General Assembly/State Senate (state Sen. Teresa Ruiz)||D||Absentee/mail||Impersonation||Forgery||Jonathon Kowalski, John Fernandez, and Edwin Cruz were each charged with conspiracy (2nd degree), election fraud (2nd degree), absentee ballot fraud (3rd degree), tampering with public records or information (3rd degree), and forgery (4th degree). Kowalski works in fund-raising at the North Ward Center, and Cruz and Fernandez both work for the Essex County Department of Economic Development. The charges are for tampering with documentation for messenger ballots, which are absentee ballots intended for use by homebound voters and fraudulently submitting such ballots as votes in the Nov. 6, 2007 general election.||http://njtoday.net/2009/12/01/essex-county-freeholder-indicted-for-ballot-fraud/|
|Virginia||Rick Harris||M||2011-02||Registration Fraud||Ineligible Voting||2||Rick Harris was charged with false statement on voter form and unqualified person voting. Guilty. (Nottoway County)||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/399943-virginia-fraud-cases.html|
|Florida||Antionette Nowells||Anthony Grant James Randolph||F||2015-03||Eatonville municipal||2016-03||Absentee/mail||Voter intimidation/coercion||25||Mia Antionette Nowells, Eatonville Mayor Anthony Grant, and James Randolph were indicted on 25 felony voter fraud charges for coercing voters and submitting illegally obtained absentee ballots in the March 2015 mayoral election in which Grant was elected. A grand jury found that Grant, Nowells and Randolph solicited an absentee ballot from someone who didn't live in Eatonville, marked ballots for voters and forced people to register to vote.||http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-eatonville-election-grand-j...|
|Ohio||Andre Wilson||2012-11||General||2013-02||In person||Registration fraud||Ineligible district voting||1||1||Andre Wilson -- allegedly registered and voted during Golden Week, listing an address that was not his home||http://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/hearing-held-for-2-cases-of-alleged-voter-fr...||http://media2.wcpo.com/pdfs/Fraud.pdf|
|Georgia||Marshall Avett||M||2008-06||Registration fraud||Ineligible voting||Accused of voting without having proper residence and lying on documents. (State Elections Board Case #2007-0038, City of Jackson)||$3,000 fine, cease and desist order and public reprimand||https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/369066/georgia-response-with-cases.pd...|
|Texas||Alicia Pena Perez||F||2008||Primary||Absentee/Mail||Illegal assistance||8||8||Alicia Pena Perez pleaded* guilty to eight counts of absentee ballot fraud, four counts each of illegal possession of a ballot and unlawful assistance (TEC 64.036 and 86.006) in the 2008 primary election.||*Plea deal: 1 year probation, $1000 fine and court costs||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/404105-texas-ag-response.html||Duval/Live Oak: 20084 - 20091|
|New Hampshire||Corrisa Ann Charles||F||2008-11||General||Registration Fraud||Ineligible district voting||The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office investigated Corrisa Ann Charles because she reportedly registered and voted for the first time on Election Day without photo identification, and the United States Post Office returned a verification letter sent to her address as undeliverable. Her identity was later verified, according to a New Hampshire Attorney General's Office. Charles was not charged.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/403928-new-hampshire-voting-fraud-report-...|
|Indiana||Larry Battle||M||2003||Democratic primary||D||2005-07||Ineligible district voting||7||3||Larry Battle pleaded* guilty to three counts of voter fraud for voting outside his precinct in the 2003 Democratic primary after the Joint Task Force on Vote Fraud charged him with seven counts of violating election laws.||*Plea deal: 2 years in prison||https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1124794661.html||http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=2214||http://dailysignal.com/2015/08/11/nearly-300-cases-the-extent-of-voter-fraud-in-...|
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