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/Rsort descending Charged Convicted Type1 Type2 Type3 # Charges # Fraudulent Votes / Election Margin Description Sentence Source1 Source2 Source3 Source4 Source5 Follow Up
Mississippi Ollie B. Pelas M 2009-05 According to the Public Integrity Division Case View PI-09-00059, a complaint was filed against Ollie B. Pelas on 5/27/09.
Pennsylvania Lori Anne Masker (election official) F 2010-03 Lori Anne Masker was charged with frauds by election officer.
Washington Daria Kim 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.
Washington Gregory Clark M Registration Fraud 1 A charge of registration fraud against Gregory Clark was found to have Insufficient evidence to pursue.
Kentucky Brent Madon (son of Robert Madon, former mayor of Pineville, KY) Robert L. Madon (former mayor of Pineville, KY) M 2006 Mayoral Vote Buying Brent Madon conspired with his father, Robert L. Madon, to buy votes that helped Robert Madon win the 2006 mayoral election. Brent Madon paid people $10 to $20 to cast early, absentee votes for his father. Robert L. Madon won the election, partly on the strength of absentee votes. 12 months in jail, 3 years of supervised release, with the first six months on home incarceration
Washington Mary Jean Cumero F 2010-11 General 2011-07 Absentee/Mail Forgery 1 Mary Jean Cumero reportedly signed and mailed a ballot for her dead husband, who died a month before ballots were mailed. Charged with unqualified person voting, a felony; pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
New Hampshire Angela Brooke Corson F 2008-11 General Registration Fraud Ineligible district voting The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office investigated Angela Brooke Corson 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 investigation. Corson was not charged.
California Unknown impersonator used identity of Angela Cooney (deceased 2008) 2012-11 General In person Impersonation 0 1 Someone used the identity of Angela Cooney to vote in person in 2012, even though Ms. Cooney died in 2008. None - no way to identify the impersonator
Ohio Claudel Gilbert M 2007-05 Multiple Voting 4 1 A Haitian immigrant naturalized in 2004, Claudel Gilbert was accused of registering at a new address while still registered at his old address. He pleaded guilty to voting twice and to voting in a precinct where he did not live. Charged with 2 counts false registration, 2 counts illegal voting. Pleaded guilty to 2 counts false registration. Other counts dropped. $500 fine and 1 year probation
New Hampshire Nancy Sullivan F 2014-11 General Absentee/mail Impersonation - eligible (son) Forgery 1 1 Nancy Sullivan of Windham was caught committing voter fraud in the November 2014 general election. Windham Supervisors of the Checklist filed a complaint with the NH Attorney General charging that Nancy Sullivan fraudulently obtained an absentee ballot and voted in the name of her son (Avery Galloway) by forging his signature on the absentee ballot request form and on the envelope containing the returned ballot. To avoid criminal prosecution, Sullivan accepted an offer* by the Attorney General to settle the case by paying a fine as a civil penalty for her actions and signing a consent agreement. *Consent agreement: Fine


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