|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|
|Texas||Diane Hubenak||F||Diane Hubenak was mailed a letter. No new violations were reported. Statue of limitations expired. Not charged.|
|Texas||Theresa Ibarra||F||Theresa Ibarra was mailed a letter. No new violations were reported. Statue of limitations expired. Not charged.|
|Connecticut||David Ford||M||2004-11||Presidential||Ineligible felon voting||David Ford was accused of applying for a ballot and voting in the 2004 presidential election even though he was a felon whose voting rights had been revoked. Ford's attorney provided a copy of the notice of his rights restoration, which indicated that Ford was no longer under the jurisdiction of the Connecticut Department of Correction and that his discharge date was July 30, 2004. Ford was eligible to have his voting rights restored on July 30, 2004. No further action was taken on complaint.||Dismissed|
|Connecticut||Ronald Langdon||M||Absentee/Mail||Ronald Langdon was accused of failing to provide eligibility requirements and penalty warnings required by law when mailing unsolicited absentee ballot applications to senior citizens, as well as allowing others to sign for him or forge his signature as an assister on the applications.||Dismissed accusations that he didn't include eligibility requirements and penalty warnings. Ordered to comply with laws for signing as an assister in the future|
|Texas||Federico Reyes||M||Federico Reyes was not formally charged with anything and the case was dismissed because there was insufficient evidence to prosecute.|
|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|
|Connecticut||Raul Mercado||M||Absentee/Mail||Raul Mercado was accused of failing to provide information about himself as required by law, when he assisted approximately ten individuals with their absentee ballot applications.||Ordered to comply with the law in the future|
|Texas||Tony Curtis Jordan||M||Registration Fraud||Tony Curtis Jordan, a convicted felon, filed a voter registration application. The application was withdrawn so the state saw no need to prosecute. The case was closed on 3/5/08. Not charged.|
|Kentucky||James S. Angel||M||Registration fraud - ineligible felon||Angel, a convicted felon, was allegedly wrongfully registered to vote. Charged with wrongful registration. He failed to appear for his trial. There was an outstanding arrest warrant for him as of June 4, 2012.|
|Connecticut||Michael Nosal||M||2004-11||Multiple Voting||Michael Nosal was accused of voting more than once in the November, 2004 election. The evidence reveals that the three names submitted by the Secretary of the State as persons who may have voted more than once and in more than one location by presidential ballot are, in fact, six different people and no violation of law occurred.||Dismissed|
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