|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|
|New Mexico||Jesus Dario Hernandez||Silvia Gomez Angelica Marquez Priscilla Morales||2012-03||Sunland Park municipal|
|Connecticut||Mamie Jackson||M||Absentee/Mail||Illegal Assistance||Jackson, a campaign volunteer, was accused of not signing absentee ballot applications she assisted with, as required by law. She was also accused of being present while people voted absentee ballots, a violation of state laws, because she was an agent of a political party.||Civil penalty of $5,000, reduced to $500 due to financial hardship. Ordered not to assist with absentee ballot applications or distribute absentee ballots for two years. Ordered not to be present when people are filling out absentee ballots or to take them and to comply with the law in the future.|
|Texas||Jeff Mund||M||Jeff Mund was investigated as part of the Gillespie County election dispute in 2008. Case declined for prosecution. Letter sent to secretary of state.|
|North Carolina||Adam David Burleson||M||2012-10||2013-03||Ineligible felon registration||1||Adam David Burleson, of South Creek Road in Nebo, was indicted in March 2013 on one count of providing a false statement on a voter registration application in October 2012. Burleson falsely swore to a matter pertaining to an election that “I have not been convicted of a felony, or if I have been convicted of a felony, I have completed my sentence, including any probation or parole.” In fact, Burleson had been convicted of felony possession with intent to deliver marijuana in McDowell County on April 24, 2012, and was on probation for the felony when he registered.|
|Connecticut||Nancy Yale-Dendas||F||Petition Fraud||Ineligible district voting||Nancy Yale-Dendas was accused of voting in a primary as well as fraudulently signing as an elector and petition circulator when she was registered to vote in Florida. Complaint dismissed.||Dismissed|
|Michigan||Randy Allen Dunham||M||Absentee Ballot Fraud||Dunham was accused of tampering with absentee ballots at the tech school where he taught.|
|Mississippi||Charles Selmon||M||Charles Selmon, of Pike County, was not charged. His name was included on a list by Mississippi Attorney General's Office.|
|Connecticut||Felicita Rivera||F||Absentee/Mail||Illegal Assistance||Rivera, a volunteer for a political campaign, was accused of being present while eight people voted using absentee ballots and then taking the ballots to mail.||Penalty of $5,000, which was reduced to $1,000 because of demonstrated financial hardship. Ordered to refrain from soliciting absentee ballots and distributing absentee ballot applications for two years.|
|Texas||Jessie Martinez||Jessie Martinez was mailed a letter. No new violations were reported. Statue of limitations expired.|
|Minnesota||David Richard Hoffmann||M||2008||Ineligible felon voting||1||David Richard Hoffman was a felon who had signed a probation agreement acknowledging he couldn't vote, but then voted again in 2008.|
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