True the Vote Election Crimes Database

A nationwide compilation of election crimes prosecutions

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State Defendant Co-Defendants Sex Date Election D/R Charged Convicted Type1 Type2 Type3 # Charges # Fraudulent Votes / Election Margin Description Sentence Source1 Source2 Source3sort descending Source4 Source5 Follow Up
Florida Evangeline Williams F 2010 Registration fraud 72 In Miami, Florida, former ACORN voter registration canvassers Maurice Childress, Kashawn John, Liltovia Rhodes, Carlos Torres, Evangeline Williams, Lilkevia Williams, and Richard Williams, were all convicted of “false swearing in an election.” Filing multiple voter registration applications with fictitious names and as the same individuals and registering ACORN canvassers to vote multiple times while working on an ACORN voter drive. Charges: 36 counts of false swearing in connection with voting or elections and 36 counts of submission of false voter registration information. Probation, community service, and forbidden to participate in political campaigns
Georgia Amanda Webb F No information available $100 fine and cease and desist order
Washington Irene Curtiss F 1 Records received from Snohomish County Washington did not indicate the specific accusation. From a list of almost 200 voter fraud cases that occurred since June 2007, only one person was charged. According to the prosecutor's office, the remainder of the cases were not prosecuted and no records were kept on the type of specific charge for the unprosecuted cases.
Tennessee Vancey Voorhies F Illegal assistance 4 Vancey Voorhies was charged with one count each of illegal registration/voting, false entries, violation by an official and official misconduct. She was a volunteer poll worker who helped an elderly cousin vote by signing her name in the book and casting the vote for her. It was determined that her actions were a misguided effort to assist a voter and she was eligible for pre-trial diversion. Pre-trial diversion
Washington Jeremy Westerman M Registration Fraud 1 A charge of registration fraud against Jeremy Westerman was found to have Insufficient evidence to pursue.
Connecticut Paulette Park F D Illegal Assistance Absentee Ballot Fraud Park was accused of participating in an absentee ballot mobilization effort during which she assisted others with filling out the ballots without signing them, and on one occasion told a voter to mark the "out of town" box even though both knew the voter would not be out of town on election day. The State of Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission found she had violated the law. Park was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine, which was later reduced to zero because of financial hardship $5,000 fine and barred from participating in campaigns.
Mississippi Alonzo Sykes (former alderman) M Alonzo Sykes was suspected of voter fraud according to the Public Integrity Division Case View PI-09-00081. Charges involved "financial crimes" related to voter fraud.
New Mexico Angelica Marquez Silvia Gomez Angelica Marquez Priscilla Morales Jesus Dario Hernandez Elizabeth Ramirez Jose Manuel Ramirez Nelson Owens Matthew Valenzuela 2012-03 Sunland Park municipal 2 1 Angelica Marquez was charged with false voting and conspiracy to commit false voting, both fourth-degree felonies, for helping four nonresidents register to vote in Sunland Park, New Mexico using her home address, 140 Mimbre, as theirs, and she helped four other nonresidents register to vote using her home as their mailing address. Of the eight, four voted early in the March 6 election.
Connecticut Paulette Park F 2000-03 Democratic primary D Absentee/Mail Illegal assistance Paulette Park admitted to illegally assisting people with completing absentee ballot applications during Bridgeport's March 2000 Democratic Town Committee primary. She did not sign the applications, instructed at least one person to make a false statement regarding the reason for voting by absentee ballot, was present when ballots were marked, and received completed ballots. The commission found Park was paid by Sybil Allen, a candidate in the primary. $5,000 fine, barred from participating in any future campaigns
Washington Dustin Shane Collings (a.k.a. Dustin Ocoilain) M 2004-11 2005-06 Multiple Voting Ineligible felon voting Absentee/Mail 1 Dustin Shane Collings, a homeless Seattle resident, was accused of voting two absentee ballots by using an alias to register multiple times. He had also been convicted of a felony and was therefore ineligible to vote. Charged with repeat voting. 1 year in jail and $5,000 fine, both suspended to 2 days in jail and $43 fine.


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