|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|
|Ohio||Margaret Allen||2012-11||General||2013-02||Absentee/mail||Ineligible district voting||1||1||Margaret Allen -- allegedly voted absentee, but is not a Hamilton County resident||http://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/hearing-held-for-2-cases-of-alleged-voter-fr...||http://media2.wcpo.com/pdfs/Fraud.pdf|
|Oklahoma||Election contest: Leon Pinson v. Leonard Washington||2015-03||Bristow municipal||Ineligible district voting||Election contest||Bristow mayoral candidate Leon Pinson sued the Board of Elections and some voters over the March 3, 2015 municipal election, alleging the voters named defrauded the system by registering to vote in Bristow though they don’t live within city limits. Pinson lost the election to incumbent Leonard Washington by 12 votes. He asked for a recount; the Board of Elections said the results were the same. In the suit Pinson and his lawyer claims the defendants used their businesses as their address and that’s how they’re registered to vote. If that is true it is against the law. According to state law you must live where you are registered to vote.||http://www.fox23.com/news/local/bristow-politician-claims-voter-fraud/66842992|
|Connecticut||Hector Robles Campaign||D||Registration Fraud||A married couple alleged that they were registered as Democrats against their wishes. The State of Connecticut Elections Enforcement Commission investigated the Hector Robles Campaign, which registered the voters. The case was dismissed because of insufficient of evidence, but is "subject to the Commission's right to reopen" if "new evidence is discovered."||Dismissed, but case could be reopened if new evidence wsa discovered.|
|Georgia||Teni-Ola Adunni Ogunjobi||2011||Ineligible district voting||Accused of voting in a race while unqualified to do so. Claimed an address at which no loner resided.||Cease and desist order order, public reprimand and a letter of explanation||https://web.archive.org/web/20161201211812/http://www.documentcloud.org/document...|
|Mississippi||Dale Berry||Dale Berry's name was included on a list by Mississippi Attorney General's Office.|
|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|
|Kentucky||Pike County - Name Unknown||2010||Registration Fraud||An unnamed individual was charged with wrongful registration. Charge was amended.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/399240-kentucky-statewide-cases.html|
|Michigan||Bobbie Baker (former city council member)||Frank Fields Zedora Miller Angela Smith||2001-01||Ecorse City Council||2003-01||Absentee Ballot Fraud||8||Felony charges were filed against Angela Smith, Frank Fields, Zedora Miller and Bobbie Baker. The four were accused of handling and tampering with absentee voter ballots stemming from the January 9, 2001, election for Ecorse City Council. Baker, a member of the Ecorse City Council, was charged with 5 counts of improper return of an Absentee Voter Ballot and 3 counts of conspiracy to improperly return Absentee Voter Ballots||http://www.michigan.gov/ag/0,1607,7-164-46849_47203-58997--,00.html||http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/826964/posts|
|California||Unknown impersonator used identity of Francis J. DeGregory (deceased 2008)||2010 2014||Multiple||Impersonation||0||4||Someone used the identity of Francis J. DeGregory, a World War II Army veteran who died in 2008, to vote in San Diego County four times since his death — in June 2010, November 2012, November 2013 and February 2014.||None - no way to identify the impersonator||http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2014/jul/19/dead-voters-san-diego-count...|
|New Mexico||Candidate petition challenge: Carlos Villanueva v. Jacob Candelaria (Southwest Political Services hired by Candelaria campaign)||2012||Democratic primary||D||Petition fraud||Forgery||31 people responsible for collecting signatures to get Democrat Jacob Candelaria on the June 2012 ballot were named in a criminal investigation, accused of falsifying voter records and voter fraud. The Candelaria campaign said the suspects are former canvassers for a company called "Southwest Political Services". That company was paid by Candelaria's campaign to gather the needed 75 signatures to get his name on the ballot for the District 26 State Senate seat. A number of voters say they never signed the petition and that their signature was forged. At one household, a man found his name on the petition twice with two different style signatures and also found his wife's signature. "She never signed at all." Another voter said more of the same. "Not even the print is her handwriting," a woman said of what was supposedly her mother's signature. "And that is not even how you spell her name." At another address, a woman said the voter listed on the petition moved out years ago. The Bernalillo County District Attorney's Office said it was reviewing the case, and complaints were also files with the Secretary of State's Office and with state police concerning the forged signatures.||Petition challenge dismissed||http://www.koat.com/news/new-mexico/albuquerque/State-Senate-candidate-accuses-o...||http://www.abqjournal.com/106249/abqnewsseeker/ballot-the-main-fight-in-senate-d...||http://www.nmtelegram.com/2012/04/12/dems-in-state-senate-bernco-da-race-stay-on...|
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