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State Year Name Type of Case Type of Fraud
StateColoradoYear2021NameJan (Wilson) CummerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Following a bench trial, Jan Wilson was convicted of voting twice by absentee ballot in the Nov. 3, 2020 general election, a misdemeanor offense. Wilson was ordered to pay a $500 fine plus court costs.

Source: https://herit.ag/3f22rzg

StateNew HampshireYear2021NameVincent MarzelloCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Vincent Marzello, 65, was indicted on one count of wrongful voting for voting twice during the November 8, 2016 general election. The indictment alleges he knowingly voted twice by voting once as Vincent Marzello and once by impersonating a woman Helen Elisabeth Ashley under the false name he registered. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 90 days in prison, which was then suspended for a period of two years. Marzello was also fined $300 of a civil penalty of $3,000 with the remaining funds suspended for five years.

Source: bit.ly/3vbI610, https://herit.ag/3l01tYn, bit.ly/2OKFWoz

StateNew HampshireYear2021NameLaurence KahnCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Laurence Kahn, of Londonderry, was charged with voting twice in the 2016 election. Kahn voted in Elm River Township, Michigan then again in-person in Londonderry, New Hampshire. He pleaded guilty to the Class B felony charge for knowingly checking in to vote in Londonderry and casting a New Hampshire ballot after having cast a Michigan ballot. He was sentenced to 90 days in the House of Corrections, but his jail sentence was stayed for one year conditioned on his maintaining good behavior. Kahn was also fined $4,000, ordered to pay an additional penalty of $960, and is barred from voting in New Hampshire.

Source: bit.ly/3bCtm2Y, bit.ly/3hIHjQT

StateVirginiaYear2021NameJonathan Meade West Sr.Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Jonathan Meade West, Sr., of Hayes, was charged with a felony for attempting to cast two ballots in the 2020 general election. West first voted absentee at the Gloucester County Voter Register's office. He then returned four days later and tried to cast a second ballot. He was stopped from casting a second ballot when the election worker checked his information using a back-up to the VERIS (Virginia Election Registration Information System) system since it was not working that day. He was convicted of an amended misdemeanor charge of obtaining services under false pretense after attempting to vote twice. West, a self-described "unabashed conservative," was sentenced to a suspended sentence of 12 months, fined $500, and ordered to pay $96 in court costs.

Source: https://herit.ag/375VNDP, https://herit.ag/3f2SNN0

StateArizonaYear2020NameRandy Allen JumperCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots, Duplicate Voting

Randy Allen Jumper voted twice in the 2016 general election. He voted by absentee ballot in Arizona and again by absentee ballot in Nevada. He pleaded guilty to attempted illegal voting, a class 6 felony. He was sentenced to two years probation, fined $5,000, and is barred from voting in Arizona.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rBsT89, https://herit.ag/3yajZ43

StateArizonaYear2019NameRichard John GreenfieldCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Richard Greenfield voted twice in the 2016 election. He voted in person in Arizona and again in Nevada. He pleaded guilty to one felony count of Attempted Illegal Voting. He was sentenced to two years’ probation, ordered to complete 100 hours of community restitution, and fined $4,575.

Source: https://herit.ag/3f2mGNt, https://herit.ag/2TBqNsg

StateNew HampshireYear2019NameSpencer McKinnonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations, Duplicate Voting

Spencer McKinnon, a student studying at the University of New Hampshire, mailed an absentee ballot to his hometown of Dracut, Massachusetts and then registered to vote in Durham, New Hampshire. His attempt to vote twice in the 2016 election was detected thanks to New Hampshire's participating in the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program. McKinnon pleaded guilty to providing a false statement on a voter registration form, a misdemeanor. He was sentenced to serve six months in a state correctional facility, but that sentence was suspended on the condition that McKinnon pay a $2,000 fine and complete 200 hours of community service. He was also stripped of his right to vote in New Hampshire.

Source: https://herit.ag/3y86rWN, https://herit.ag/3xcAICm, https://herit.ag/3zKbvkf

StateNew HampshireYear2019NameCharles Eugene Cartier JrCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Charles Eugene Cartier Jr. knowingly voted twice in the 2016 general election. Cartier pleaded guilty to voting in more than one state, a Class B felony. After voting in Massachusetts, he then voted in his home state of New Hampshire. The was discovered after New Hampshire started participating in the Interstate Crosscheck Program, a multi-state database that compares voter information to identify who is registered in multiple states and who voted more than once. Cartier was given a suspended sentence of 60 days, fined $1,000, assessed an additional penalty of $240, and lost his right to vote in future New Hampshire elections.

Source: https://herit.ag/2TEI8Rh

StateNew HampshireYear2019NameRobert BellCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Robert Bell, of Atkinson, voted twice in the 2018 midterm election, in Florida and New Hampshire.He was convicted by a jury of duplicate voting in more than one state, a Class B felony, and was ordered to complete 50 hours of community service and pay a $1,000 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2TsqBaC , bit.ly/2PvFR5m

StateNew HampshireYear2019NameJohn S. Fleming Jr.Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

John S. Fleming Jr., a registered Republican of Hampton, cast an absentee ballot in Hampton in the 2016 general election after having already cast an in-person ballot in Belchertown, MA for the same election. He was charged with voting in more than one state and pleaded guilty to the Class B felony charge. He was sentenced to a 60 day suspended prison sentence based on a year of good behavior, ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, assessed an additional $240 fee, and lost the right to vote in all future New Hampshire elections.

Source: bit.ly/3budMVj , bit.ly/2S02sZ7

StateNew HampshireYear2019NameGrace Fleming Jr.Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Grace Fleming Jr., a registered Republican of Hampton, cast an absentee ballot in Hampton for the 2016 general election after having already cast an in-person ballot in Belchertown, MA. She was charged with voting in more than one state and pleaded guilty to the Class B felony charge. She was sentenced to a 60-day suspended sentence based on a year of good behavior, ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, assessed an additional $240 fee, and lost the right to vote in all future New Hampshire elections.

Source: bit.ly/3budMVj, bit.ly/2S02sZ7

StateOregonYear2019NameBetty ClarkCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Betty Clark, of Haines, Oregon, voted twice in the 2016 election, in both Washington and Oregon. Clark was temporarily living in Vancouver to help her ailing father when she received and returned a ballot; she filled out a second ballot when she returned home to Oregon. Clark pleaded guilty to a charge of voting when not entitled, and was ordered to pay a $440 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/3x2hDCU

StateOregonYear2019NameJeremy RobbinsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Jeremy Robbins, of Portland, voted in both Washington and Oregon during the 2016 election. Robbins contended that he was suffering from kidney issues and did not recall casting two ballots. Robbins pleaded guilty and the judge waived a $440 fine due to his memory loss and expressions of remorse.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rANXf3

StateOregonYear2019NameKatie MeyerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Katie Meyer, of Medford, voted twice in 2016, in both Oregon and Colorado. Meyer was a student at a Colorado university, and registered to vote there. She also cast an absentee ballot in her Oregon hometown. She pleaded guilty to a violation and was ordered to pay a $225 fine. Meyer cancelled her Colorado voter registration.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BPtB6g

StateOregonYear2019NameMarjory GaleCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots, Duplicate Voting

Marjory Gale, of Hood River, voted twice in the 2016 election, once for herself and once for her daughter. Both votes were cast by absentee ballot. Gale pleaded guilty to a violation, and was ordered to pay a $750 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/2ULPnrf

StateColoradoYear2018NameNathan ParksCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Nathan Parks pleaded guilty to voting in both Colorado and Washington in the 2016 election. Parks resided and voted in Washington during the November election, but also maintained his Colorado voter registration and used it to cast an absentee ballot there. After pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge, Parks was given a 12-month deferred sentence, and was ordered to complete 30 hours of community service and pay courts costs and restitution fees.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BMwvsM, https://herit.ag/3iTTB83

StateFloridaYear2018NameSpiro ColaitisCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Spiro Colaitis, of Nassau County, New York, voted twice in the 2016 general election: once in New York, and once in Escambia County, Florida. Colaitis, a registered Republican, no longer resided in Florida. He was charged with felonious duplicate voting and pleaded no contest,. The court withheld adjudication, sentenced Colaitis to 24 months of probation, and ordered him to pay $518 in court costs.

Source: Case No. 2018 CF 001902 A, dailym.ai/2Msy7l1, bit.ly/2ZaPVrB

StateIllinoisYear2018NameJesse JohnsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Jesse Johnson was convicted of voting twice in the 2016 primary elections, once for a Republican and once for a Democrat. Johnson, who had previously been convicted on weapons and drug charges, was charged with perjury after the St. Clair County Public Corruption Task Force detected his effort to vote twice. Johnson was convicted and, owing to his prior criminal record, was sentenced to two years in Illinois state prison.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i9ucIu, bit.ly/2Sqf0rz

StateIllinoisYear2018NameJanet PokryfkeCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Janet Pokryfke voted twice in the November 2016 election. She entered an Alford. Per her plea agreement, she was convicted of one misdemeanor count of disregarding the election code while two felony double voting charges and one perjury charge were dropped. Pokryfke was sentenced to six months of probation, and was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service and pay a $200 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2zlhPkP

StateMinnesotaYear2018NameLarry RekerCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Larry Reker, of Worthington, voted twice in a contentious Independent School District 518 bond referendum special election, once in person and once by absentee ballot. Reker pleaded guilty to a felony unlawful voting charge but final adjudication was withheld. He was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and a $500 fine. If he completes the supervised probation, his record will be cleared.

Source: bit.ly/2nLCd9b, bit.ly/2OFH1IC

StateNorth DakotaYear2018NameHannan Yassin AboubakerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Hannan Yassin Aboubaker submitted an absentee ballot in Minnesota's Scott County for the 2016 election. She then voted at the Fargo Public Library in North Dakota "since she believed her absentee ballot for Minnesota was null and void." Aboubaker pleaded guilty to voting twice by entering an Alford plea to a Class A misdemeanor election offense. Her sentence was deferred, and she was placed on unsupervised probation for six months, after which the case will be dismissed if she does not violate the term of her probation.

Source: bit.ly/2zcskqt, https://herit.ag/3i3o58q

StateNew HampshireYear2018NameAnonymousCase TypeOfficial FindingFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

A man who owned property in both Hampton and Salem voted once in each town. He admitted to investigators that he had done this previously. He was given a $2,500 civil fine and officially warned he faced criminal prosecution if he did it again. His case was included in an official report compiled by New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner and other state election officials, but his name was redacted.

Source: https://herit.ag/2TE4X7D, https://herit.ag/2UXQbZT

StateNew YorkYear2018NameBert GoldfingerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Bert Goldfinger voted twice in the 2013 general election - by absentee ballot in Columbia County, and in person in New York City. At the time, Goldfinger was a dentist in New York who maintained a summer home in Columbia County. Goldfinger initially faced two felony charges for knowingly filing a false instrument and illegal voting, but as part of a plea agreement, he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge. Goldfinger was ordered to pay a fine and surcharge of $225 and complete 20 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i9ua3k

StateColoradoYear2017NameSarilu Sosa-SanchezCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots, Duplicate Voting, Impersonation Fraud At The Polls

Sarilu Sosa-Sanchez voted twice in the 2013 election, once in her own name and once in the name of her late mother. Sosa-Sanchez pleaded guilty to a felony forgery charge after admitting she forged her late mother's signature on a ballot. Sh also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor double voting charge. Sosa-Sanchez was sentenced to 60 hours of community service, was ordered to pay restitution and court fees, and will help the clerk and recorder's office educate other residents about the consequences of voter fraud.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i71YOt, https://herit.ag/3iWBHkW, bit.ly/2jN0MEb

StateIowaYear2017NameTerri Lynn RoteCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots, Duplicate Voting

Terri Lynn Rote attempted to vote twice in the 2016 presidential election. Rote cited fears that the election was rigged to justify her attempt to cast two absentee votes for Donald Trump. Rote was arrested attempting to cast the second ballot. She pleaded guilty to a felony charge of election misconduct, and was sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to pay a $750 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/377vCgd, https://herit.ag/2VcrLM3, https://herit.ag/2Vdv3ij

StateIdahoYear2017NameChristopher BillupsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Christopher Billups, a 62-year-old man from Lapwai, Idaho, pleaded guilty to attempting to vote in both Washington and Idaho. Billups was ordered to pay $2,490 in fees for false statements under oath and was sentenced to 364 days in jail (later suspended) and one year of probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/3iVKsvE, https://herit.ag/3i4ohEu

StateKansasYear2017NamePreston Glen ChristensenCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting, Ineligible Voting

Preston Glen Christensen was convicted of voter fraud for voting in both Kansas and Texas in the 2012 general election. Christensen pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor of voting without being qualified. He was fined $1,000.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rANVUt

StateNorth CarolinaYear2017NameDewey GidcumbCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Dewey Gidcumb, of Haywood County, was found guilty of voting twice in the 2016 Republican Primary. Gidcumb first cast a ballot in the early voting period, then voted a second time on Election Day. He received a five-to-15-month suspended prison sentence, one year of supervised probation, and 24 hours of community service. He was also fined $100 and ordered to pay court costs.

Source: https://herit.ag/377vDkh, https://herit.ag/3f2SBgK, https://herit.ag/3BJj50u

StateNorth CarolinaYear2017NameRobert Lee YoungbloodCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Robert Lee Youngblood, the former President of the Randolph County Tea Party, submitted a mail-in ballot in the 2014 primary, where he was running for a seat on the county board of education. He then voted again at the polls on the first day of early voting. He pleaded guilty to charges of voter fraud. Mr. Youngblood was sentenced to two days in jail to be followed by 18 months of unsupervised probation and was fined $750.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i9oeXK

StateNorth DakotaYear2017NameDale Monte LarsenCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Dale Larsen was charged with voter fraud, a class A misdemeanor, for voting in both Burke and Ward counties in the 2016 election. He entered into a pre-trial agreement that stipulated his prosecution will be diverted after 6 months as long as he does not commit another crime during that time and follows through with neuropsychological testing.

Source: https://herit.ag/2Xz6QUt, https://herit.ag/3BNfiiH

StateNebraskaYear2017NameAli AbdullahiCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Ali Abdullahi pleaded no contest to voting twice in the 2016 general election. Abdhullahi voted early in October and turned up at the polls again in November to cast another ballot. He was fined $100.

Source: https://herit.ag/3ymcw21 , https://herit.ag/3rEy2Mw

StateNebraskaYear2017NameShueb AliCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Shueb Ali pleaded no contest to voting twice in the 2016 general election. Ali was fined $100 after he voted early and then voted again on election day.

Source: https://herit.ag/371lQfF, https://herit.ag/2UWDqyT,

StateWisconsinYear2017NameTroy SchillerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Troy Schiller pleaded guilty to voting twice in the 2016 primary election, once in his hometown of Dexter, and once in nearby Pittsville. He was sentenced to 30 days' incarceration and was fined $500.

Source: wrtnews.co/2lwgwZ4, bit.ly/2lweRmm, wrtnews.co/2m8EvQZ

StateWest VirginiaYear2017NameSamuel Quintin FirnCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Samuel Firn, of Fairmont in Marion County, was charged with illegal voting for voting twice in the 2016 Primary Election. He voted once in-person in Monogolia County then again in-person in Marion County. This information came to light after the Secretary of State's Office crosschecked voter registration lists. Firn pleaded guilty to one count of illegal voting and was fined $265.25.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rAXOl7, https://herit.ag/3y3BBOV

StateWest VirginiaYear2017NameCarson Lee TuttleCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Carson Lee Tuttle voted by absentee ballot in Cabell County, West Virginia, and in person in Franklin County, Ohio, in the 2016 general election. Tuttle's duplicate voting was detected during a crosscheck of voting records by the Ohio Secretary of State. Tuttle admitted to an investigator that he had voted twice and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor illegal voting charge. He was fined $100 and ordered to pay $160.25 in court costs.

Source: https://herit.ag/373gDDZ

StateArkansasYear2016NameDavid PruittCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

David Pruitt, an Alderman serving on the Beebe City Council, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for voting twice in Arkansas's 2016 primary election. An investigation found that he voted on February 26th, 2016, and then again on March 1st, 2016. He was fined $750 and ordered to pay $170 in court costs and fees. The Beebe City Attorney has indicated Pruitt may be ineligible to serve on the City Council due to his guilty plea.

Source: https://herit.ag/373sK3P, https://herit.ag/3f4jUaB

StateArizonaYear2016NameJohn David HamrickCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

John Hamrick pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. The court fined him $2,500 and associated court fees, ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service, and placed him on 6 months of unsupervised probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/3f1E5G8, https://herit.ag/3BMwkxC

StateArizonaYear2016NameGerald Bernard SackCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Gerald Sack pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. The court fined him $2,500 and associated court fees, ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service, and placed him on 12 months of supervised probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/3l01jAf, https://herit.ag/2TE5aYt

StateArizonaYear2016NameSteven Jeffrey StreeterCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Steven Streeter pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. He was fined $5,000, ordered to complete 100 hours of community service, and was placed on two months of probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/2WixDUu

StateArizonaYear2016NameJay Sherill ThompsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Jay Thompson pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. The court fined him $2,500 and ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/2V8DMlH

StateArizonaYear2016NameFranklin West TurnerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Franklin Turner pleaded guilty to attempting to vote twice during the 2012 general election. He was fined $9,183 and ordered to perform 200 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3j9Zdvd, https://herit.ag/3BQhHtc

StateArizonaYear2016NameDavid Milton CulbersonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

David Culberson pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. He received a fine of $4,575 and 117 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3kYe7ah, https://herit.ag/3x7RS47

StateArizonaYear2016NameAdam Bruce HallinCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Adam Hallin pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. He received a fine of $4,575 and was ordered to perform 180 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BNffn1, https://herit.ag/3eXmZZZ

StateCaliforniaYear2016NameKevin L. CharvozCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Kevin L. Charvoz, of Contra Costa County, voted twice in the 2016 presidential primary election once by mail and once in person. The Contra Costa Superior Court directed Charvoz to a pre-trial diversion program and 20 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/2TCcHH5, https://herit.ag/3y7VIvi, https://herit.ag/2Vdv5Xt

StateCaliforniaYear2016NameJonathan ChanCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Jonathan Chan, of Contra Costa County, voted twice in the 2016 primary: once by mail and once in person. The Contra Costa Superior Court directed Chan to a pre-trial diversion program and 20 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rAO5ex , Case No. 07-CR-17-46

StateCaliforniaYear2016NameJames Parke MajorCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

James Parke Major, of Contra Costa County, voted twice in the 2016 primary: once by mail and once in person. The Contra Costa Superior Court directed Major to a pre-trial diversion program and 20 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/375WFZ6, https://herit.ag/3y9duhT, https://herit.ag/3rCDHTu

StateIllinoisYear2016NameMarvin HershmanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Marvin Hershman, of Lake County, voted twice in the 2016 general election. Hershman was charged with two counts of voting more than once and one count of perjury. He took a plea of convenience (nolo contendere) of disregarding election code and was sentenced to four months' imprisonment and ordered to pay a fine of $657.

Source: https://herit.ag/370bgWa, Case Number: 18CF00000538

StateKansasYear2016NameJames CriswellCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

James Criswell, a Republican from Douglas County, Colorado, pleaded no contest to the charge of double voting in the November 2016 election. Having cast ballots in both Colorado and Kansas, Criswell was fined $1,000 and ordered to pay $158 in court costs. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was able to identify this instance of voter fraud through the Interstate Crosscheck Program, a voter registration database that includes 30 states.

Source: bit.ly/2piFhde, bit.ly/2q6x5g7, bit.ly/2pA1NBi

StateKansasYear2016NameSharon FarrisCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

In the November 2016 election, Denver resident Sharon Farris voted twice--once in her home state of Colorado and then again in the state of Kansas. She pleaded guilty to one count of voting without being qualified and one count of advance voting unlawful acts. The Kansas judge ordered her to pay $3,158 in fines and court fees, with six months of unsupervised probation if the fines are not paid within six months of her sentencing. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was able to identify this instance of voter fraud through the Interstate Crosscheck Program, a voter registration database that includes 30 states.

Source: https://herit.ag/2UMEbKY

StateKansasYear2016NameMichael L. HannumCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Michael Hannum pleaded guilty to three charges stemming from the 2012 election in which he voted in both Kansas and Nebraska. He received the maximum possible fines, totaling $5,500 for the three misdemeanor violations.

Source: https://herit.ag/3y7VGUc, bit.ly/2eexkON

StateKansasYear2016NameRandall K. KilianCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Randall Kilian, a resident of Ellis County, pleaded guilty to voting without being legally registered in Kansas. Kilian was fined the maximum $2,500. A press release issued about the case included a strong statement from Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach: "By voting unlawfully in the 2012 election, Mr. Kilian effectively cancelled out the vote of a legitimate Kansas voter. The heavy fine of $2,500 shows how seriously we take voter fraud in Kansas. Prosecuting these crimes sends the message to Kansas citizens that their vote absolutely matters and will be protected. It also sends the message to others contemplating double voting that in Kansas you will be caught, and the penalty will be severe."

Source: https://herit.ag/370Kvkt, https://herit.ag/3eYmK0v

StateKansasYear2016NameRon R. WeemsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Ron R. Weems pleaded guilty to two counts of voting without being qualified and one count of advance voting. Weems voted in both Kansas and Colorado in the 2012 and 2014 general elections. He was ordered to pay a $5,500 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/3iSGPqv, https://herit.ag/2TIUYhq

StateKansasYear2016NameLincoln WilsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

A 65-year-old resident of Colorado, Lincoln Wilson, illegally voted in both Kansas and Colorado in elections in 2010, 2012, and 2014. Wilson pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of false swearing to an affidavit and three misdemeanor counts of voting without being qualified. Wilson was ordered to pay a $6,000 fine. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was able to identify this instance of voter fraud through the Interstate Crosscheck Program, a voter registration database that includes 30 states.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i30Tah, https://herit.ag/2UOj8ro, https://herit.ag/3x67vco

StateNorth CarolinaYear2016NameRoger Adam HerresCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting, False Registrations

Roger Herres was indicted on one count of voter registration fraud and one count of voter fraud. Herres cast ballots in two states in the 2012 general election. According to court records, Herres pleaded guilty to the charges.

Source: https://herit.ag/3zLTG4B

StateNew HampshireYear2016NameDerek CastonguayCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Derek Castonguay pleaded guilty to voter fraud in Salem District Court on January 15, 2016. While a resident of Manchester, Castonguay voted in the towns of Salem and Windham in the general election of 2014, using addresses where he previously resided. Castonguay received a 12-month suspended sentence and was ordered to pay a $1,000.00 fine plus a 24 percent penalty assessment. In addition to the sentence and fine, Castonguay loses his right to vote under the New Hampshire Constitution, Part I, Article 11.

Source: bit.ly/2f8qFY6, https://herit.ag/2Va2su6, https://herit.ag/3rCK8G1

StateWisconsinYear2016NameRobert MonroeCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Robert Monroe, identified by prosecutors as the worst multiple-voter in state history, pleaded no contest to charges that he voted more than once in 2011 and 2012. Monroe's record was extensive: he voted twice in the April 2011 Wisconsin Supreme Court election, twice in the 2011 recall election of state Senator Alberta Darling, and five times in Gov. Scott Walker's recall election. He also cast an illegal ballot in the August 2012 primary and voted twice in the 2012 general election. On four of the counts, Monroe received a suspended three-year prison sentence, and will serve up to a year in jail. He also received five years' probation, and was ordered to complete 300 hours of community service and pay a $5,000 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2eGXURE

StateArizonaYear2015NameRegina Kay BeaupreCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Regina Beaupre pleaded guilty to voting twice in the same election, once in Arizona and once in Michigan. She was fined $9,150 and given 12 months' probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/2UUr6z5, https://herit.ag/371tjLw

StateArizonaYear2015NameJeffery Worth HitchcockCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Jeffery Hitchcock pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. A judge fined him $2,500 and sentenced him to 100 hours of community service and one year of unsupervised probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/371toPk, https://herit.ag/3rAyyLM

StateArizonaYear2015NameMary Patricia GregersonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Mary Patricia Gregerson voted twice in the 2012 general election. She voted in Arizona and again in Indiana. She was found guilty of duplicate voting and sentenced to 100 hours of community service and fined $4,575.

Source: https://herit.ag/3f2iJIt

StateCaliforniaYear2015NameMark EvansCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Mark Evans voted by absentee ballot in the November 2014 election. He then cast a second absentee ballot, this time in the name of his deceased father-in-law. Following an investigation by the District Attorney's office and the County Clerk and Recorder's Office, the 62-year-old Ventura County resident was charged with misdemeanor voter fraud. He pleaded no contest and received three years' probation and was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rH61Eb

StateKansasYear2015NameSteven GaedtkeCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

In 2015, Steven Gaedtke was convicted of duplicate voting during the 2010 general election. Gaedtke submitted an absentee ballot in Kansas, and then voted in person in Arkansas where he had a second home. He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor, agreeing to pay a $500 fine and court expenses.

Source: https://herit.ag/3xcAP0K

StateNorth CarolinaYear2015NamePasco ParkerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Pasco Parker, a 63-year-old Tennessee resident, admitted to voting in three states during the 2012 federal election. He mailed an absentee ballot to both Florida and North Carolina, and he voted in person in Tennessee. Upon pleading guilty to felony voting fraud and felony voter registration, Parker was sentenced to between six and 17 months of jail time, and was ordered to complete 48 hours of community service. The sentence was later suspended in favor of 24 months of supervised probation, and $940 in fees, fines, and court costs. This case was brought to the attention of election officials by a North Carolina volunteer voting watchdog group, The Voting Integrity Project.

Source: https://herit.ag/3f22qeG, https://herit.ag/2WsDwyE

StateWisconsinYear2015NameJohn S. RohdeCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations, Duplicate Voting

John S. Rohde was charged with falsifying statements on voter registration forms after voting twice in the November 2014 election. Rohde cast ballots in the towns of Beaver Dam and Calamus, using the address of a woman who had a no-contact order against him. Rohde was, in fact, living with his sister in the town of Horicon, and claimed that because he had recently moved, he had gone to the wrong polling place, and, after voting there, then had proceeded to the correct one, where he voted again. Rohde was convicted in Dodge County Circuit Court by Judge Brian Pfitzinger and was ordered to pay court costs and serve 40 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2l9hc5z, bit.ly/2lGDAqb

StateArizonaYear2014NameMilton FenderCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Milton Fender pleaded guilty to attempting to vote twice in the 2010 general election. He received a fine of $2,500 and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3xaVX7D, https://herit.ag/3l5QfS2

StateArizonaYear2014NameShanna Katz KattariCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Shanna Katz Kattari was charged with false registration, perjury, and illegal voting. She ultimately pleaded guilty to one count of illegal voting, and a judge fined her $4,575, ordered her to 67 hours of community service, and placed her on two months of unsupervised probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/2ULPiUt, https://herit.ag/2TE5cj3

StateArizonaYear2014NameEdward Thomas NicholsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Edward Nichols attempted to vote twice during the 2012 general election. After pleading guilty, the court fined him $4,633, ordered him to complete 100 hours of community service, and placed him on 18 months' unsupervised probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/2UWDgHN, https://herit.ag/2TCcyDx

StateArizonaYear2014NameDebi Gangaware FenderCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Debi Fender attempted to vote twice during the 2010 general election. She pleaded guilty and received a fine of $2,500.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rAZsTA, https://herit.ag/3ymcuHr

StateColoradoYear2014NameCarol HannahCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Carol Hannah, was registered to vote in Mohave County, Arizona, and Adams County, Colorado, and was convicted of voter fraud for voting in both states during the 2010 election. Hannah's double voting was detected by the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program, a system in which Arizona shares voter data with at least 20 other states. She was convicted and sentenced to three years' supervised probation and $1,000 in fines.

Source: https://herit.ag/3kYe7qN, https://herit.ag/3x5Rhjd

StateNevadaYear2014NameBiqui Diana Parra RodriguezCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations, Duplicate Voting

Las Vegas resident, Biqui Diana Parra Rodriguez illegally obtained personal information of Mary Lou Aguirre and falsely registered to vote under her name in 2011 and in 2012. She was caught through the use of photo ID cards and facial recognition software that identified the two IDs she had obtained under different names. She ultimately pleaded guilty to two felony counts of voter registration fraud and identity theft.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i5Io52, https://herit.ag/3kYthMI

StateTexasYear2014NameRichard Alan CollierCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Richard Alan Collier pleaded guilty to attempting to vote twice in the November 2012 general election, in both Minnesota and Texas. He requested and submitted absentee ballots in both states. Galveston County officials were alerted to Collier's illegal behavior when they were tipped off about a Facebook post in which Collier admitted to double voting. Collier 's misdemeanor conviction earned him a $4,000 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/3iTTAkv

StateWisconsinYear2014NameLeonard K. BrownCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations, Duplicate Voting

Leonard K. Brown pleaded guilty in 2013 to five felony counts of illegally voting in West Milwaukee when he did not reside there. A jury then found him guilty in January of 2014 of deliberately voting twice in the 2012 presidential election. Brown voted in person on the day of the election and by absentee ballot in a different jurisdiction four days prior. Brown was sentenced to nine months in jail and a $1,750 DNA testing charge.

Source: bit.ly/2e8IKsr, bit.ly/2fjTzaI

StateWisconsinYear2014NameTodd MurrayCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

During the 2012 presidential election, Todd Murray stopped on his way home from work and voted at a polling place in New Berlin. He then proceeded to travel to his normal polling location in West Allis and cast a second ballot. In a show of the importance of the principle of "one person, one vote" Murray was sentenced to 90 days in jail (with work release privileges) and 18 months of probation.

Source: bit.ly/2fwIO69

StateMarylandYear2013NameWendy RosenCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Wendy Rosen pleaded guilty to duplicate voting in the 2006 and 2010 elections. Though she resided in Florida, she voted in both Florida and Maryland. At the time of her prosecution, Wendy Rosen was running as the 2012 Democrat candidate for Maryland's 1st U.S. Congressional District, but when the fraud came to light, she was forced to withdraw from the race. She was sentenced to five years' probation, a $5,000 fine, and 500 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BPBN6z, https://herit.ag/3f0by3A

StateNew HampshireYear2013NameAdam Kumpu & Janine KumpuCase TypeCivil PenaltyFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots, Duplicate Voting

Adam Kumpu of Milford was fined $1,000 and his mother, Janine Kumpu of Milford, was fined $250 for committing voter fraud in the 2012 election. Janine Kumpu obtained an absentee ballot in her son's name, and he used it to vote in Milford last November. He also voted in person in Keene. The 2012 election was the first one in which photo IDs were required for voting in New Hampshire.

Source: bit.ly/2f8sbth

StateNevadaYear2013NameRoxanne RubinCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Roxanne Rubin, a casino worker in Las Vegas, was arrested in 2012 after trying to vote twice. She pleaded guilty and was ordered to pay $2,481 in restitution to the state and to perform 100 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/372sO3I

StateOhioYear2013NameDebbie TinglerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Debbie Tingler, of Reynoldsburg, pleaded guilty to illegal voting after she voted twice by absentee ballot, once under the name Debbie Tingler and once under Deborah Tingler. She received a suspended sentence of 120 days' imprisonment, fined $200, and court costs.

Source: bit.ly/2tL4NK1, bit.ly/2sUNYv4, Case No. 12 CR 005249

StateOhioYear2013NameMarian WilsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots, Duplicate Voting

Marian Wilson, from Grove City, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of illegal voting. Wilson voted twice in the 2010 general election, requesting and submitting two absentee ballots under two different names--Marian Wilson and Marian Toles. She was sentenced to one year of probation.

Source: bit.ly/2rR4f7Z, https://herit.ag/3BIejk1

StateOhioYear2013NameDominique AtkinsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Dominique Atkins pleaded guilty to misdemeanor attempted illegal voting, admitting that she received, filled out, and returned two absentee ballots in the 2010 elections. She was sentenced to 30 days in jail, but the judge suspended her sentence if she agreed to pay a $500 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2f1susg

StateOhioYear2013NameVirginia McMillanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Virginia McMillan, a resident of Beavercreek, Ohio, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor falsification after voting twice in the 2012 election by mail before showing up at her polling place on Election Day to vote a second time. She was sentenced 180 days in jail (160 were later suspended), 88 hours of community service, and $250 in fines.

Source: bit.ly/2e8tvQ4, bit.ly/2fmkMHK

StateOhioYear2013NameMelowese RichardsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Melowese Richardson, a Cincinnati poll worker, voted twice in the 2012 election, once by absentee and once in person. Not an isolated event, she voted in the names of others--including her comatose sister--in three other elections. Richardson was convicted and sentenced to five years in prison, but was released early.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i5WHqc, bit.ly/2evopfx

StateSouth DakotaYear2013NameCraig GuymonCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Craig Guymon, of Mitchell, voted twice in a school board election--once in person and once by absentee ballot. He was convicted of voter fraud and sentenced to 30 days' imprisonment. He was later granted a suspension with a one-year probationary period with the chance to clear the felony from his record.

Source: https://herit.ag/3y86stP, https://herit.ag/3rDeJTR, https://herit.ag/378DFZW

StateTexasYear2013NameLorenzo Antonio Almanza, Jr.Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeImpersonation Fraud At The Polls, Duplicate Voting

Lorenzo Antonio Almanza, of Progreso, was convicted of voting twice in Progreso's 2009 school board election, once in his own name and once using his incarcerated brother's name. Almanza was sentenced to two years' imprisonment and five years of probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/3x92Upy, https://herit.ag/3yl7X7K

StateWisconsinYear2013NameChad GigowskiCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Chad Gigowski pleaded guilty to double voting in the 2012 election. Gigowski used an old driver's license to vote in Greenfield on election day, before showing up later in Milwaukee with a Department of Workforce Development letter as proof of his Milwaukee residence. He was sentenced to six months in jail with work release privileges and 2.5 years of probation.

Source: bit.ly/2foVcQH

StateIllinoisYear2012NameJoan FortnerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

In 2012, Joan Fortner pleaded guilty to voting twice in Illinois. She was sentenced to a period of supervised release.

Source: https://herit.ag/2UXZNDU

StateOhioYear2012NameRoger SchantzCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Roger Schantz pleaded guilty to two counts of illegal voting. Though registered in South Carolina, he also registered in Ohio and voted in both states in 2008 and 2010. He was sentenced to seven days' imprisonment in an Ohio corrections center, as well one year under community control, and was fined $500.

Source: bit.ly/2uPCfib, bit.ly/2tvprOr

StateOregonYear2012NameLafayette KeatonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Lafayette Keaton pleaded guilty to making false statements to elections officials after using the identities of his deceased son and brother to cast multiple ballots. Keaton was sentenced to three months' imprisonment, fined $5,000, and was placed in a one-year post-prison supervision program.

Source: https://herit.ag/3iXAIBd

StateWisconsinYear2012NameCharles Leo BrandtCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Charles Brandt, of West Allis, pleaded guilty to election fraud for voting multiple times in the April 5, 2012, Wisconsin election. He was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2tmolGd

StateArizonaYear2011NameRodney Paul JonesCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Rodney Paul Jones was charged with double voting in Arizona and Colorado in the 2008 general election, fraudulent registration, and presenting a false instrument. He pleaded guilty and was fined $4,600 and ordered to perform 50 hours of community service and a month's probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BKByd9, https://herit.ag/3iS6O16

StateArizonaYear2011NameJohn MarottaCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Marotta pleaded guilty to attempted illegal voting for casting ballots in both Arizona and Colorado in the same election. His offense was reduced to a misdemeanor after he paid a $4,600 fine and completed 50 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3iWafnl, https://herit.ag/3i6sw2g

StateColoradoYear2011NameDavid Harold ShackleyCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Following a jury trial, a Colorado man was found guilty of voting twice, a misdemeanor, in county elections in 2008 and 2009. Shackley voted early in one county, and then by mail in another. Despite having been warned against voting multiple times after the 2008 election, he did so again in 2009.

Source: bit.ly/2ee7ISm, https://herit.ag/3y7GZ3G

StateCaliforniaYear2010NameMolly MoralesCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Molly Morales received two mail-in ballots, one addressed to her and the other addressed to "Molly LaPointe." Morales filled out and submitted both ballots in the fall 2009 St. Helena school board election. She pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor count of voter fraud. Morales was sentenced to three years' probation, 150 hours of community service, a $1,100 fine, and was ordered to pay $4,080 in restitution to Napa County.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BPtyaA

StateGeorgiaYear2010NameMichael Douglas, Jr. and Olin GibsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeBuying Votes, Duplicate Voting

Former Dodge County Sheriff Michael Douglas, Jr., and Deputy Sheriff Olin Gibson pleaded guilty to election fraud in connection with Douglas' first campaign for sheriff in 2004. Douglas pleaded guilty to conspiracy to buy votes and to voting more than once, and Gibson pleaded guilty to buying a vote for Douglas.

Source: https://herit.ag/3l6shWP

StateMaineYear2010NameDerek AbbottCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Derek Abbott pleaded guilty to duplicate voting in multiple elections. Abbott had voted in multiple state and federal elections in each of two counties. He was permitted to withdraw his plea and the case was ultimately dismissed after Abbott successfully completed the requirements of a deferred disposition agreement.

Source: https://herit.ag/3iTTycn, https://herit.ag/3BKpyYZ

StateMaineYear2010NameDelmer TerrillCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Delmer Terrill pleaded guilty to a charge of making a false statement or oath, admitting to voting twice (in Dixmont and Newburgh, Maine) in the 2009 election. He received a 12-day jail sentence.

Source: https://herit.ag/3eYoOFW

StateMissouriYear2010NameTarrell CampbellCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Tarrell Campbell pleaded guilty to a federal felony voter fraud charge. He voted early in Illinois, where he was attending Southern Illinois University, and then again on election day in Missouri. He was sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to pay $350 in fines and fees. He was also ordered to undergo drug testing and counseling.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i7eqO3

StateNew HampshireYear2010NameChristopher Luke FithianCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Christopher Luke Fithian of Jackson, New Hampshire pleaded guilty to a charge of duplicate voting for voting twice in the 2008 Presidential election and for applying for a ballot after he had already voted. He received a suspended 12 month prison sentence and was ordered to serve 200 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3zG3a11, https://herit.ag/3kYe9Pr, https://herit.ag/3x8BK2b

StateWashingtonYear2010NameJanice WatersCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting, Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

Janice Waters, of Marysville, was convicted of illegal registration in the wrong county, absentee ballot fraud, and illegal double voting in the 2008 general election. Waters submitted a ballot for her son, who was a convicted felon and ineligible to vote. Upon questioning, Waters told the County Sheriff's Office she did not submit her son's ballot and suspected her mail had been intercepted or misdirected. Forensic scientists analyzed Waters' signature with the signature on her son's absentee ballot and concluded she had submitted the form. Waters was sentenced to 20 days in jail; the sentence was later converted to 160 hours of community service.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i5AxnX, https://herit.ag/3iXAJVN

StateWisconsinYear2010NameLouis and Jane KwiatkowskiCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting, Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

The Wisconsin couple was convicted of voting twice, with each casting absentee ballots in elections in the town of Wyocena, where they owned a cabin, before later voting in the city of Blooming Grove. The victor in the Wyocena trustee's race--who also happened to be the Kwiatkowskis' preferred candidate--won by a two-vote margin, prompting the judge to declare that the couple's fraud swung the election. Mr. Kwiatkowski was fined $2,000 and his wife received a $1,500 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2fLkwVj

StateWest VirginiaYear2010NameJames SurkampCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

James Surkamp pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of unauthorized presence in a polling place. Surkamp, while serving as Jefferson County Commissioner, voted twice in a 2009 referendum. He cast his first vote during the early voting period and then attempted to vote again on election day. Surkamp, who subsequently lost his re-election bid in the 2010 Democratic primary, was ordered to write a letter to the Secretary of State admitting his guilt, as well as pay a $100 fine and court costs.

Source: https://herit.ag/3rCDHCY, https://herit.ag/3y9du1n, https://herit.ag/3zBAh64

StateArizonaYear2009NameJames and Karen MarshallCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

The Marshalls, residents of Green Valley, Arizona, admitted that they voted by mail in Kansas during the 2008 election--after they had become residents of Arizona. The couple also cast votes in Arizona during the same election. The pair pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and were sentenced to a year of probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/3x7RKl9, https://herit.ag/3zBA6aU,

StateIdahoYear2009NameWalter A. CoinerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Walter A. Coiner pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor voter fraud charge after acknowledging that he tried voting twice in the November 2008 election. He voted by absentee ballot in Twin Falls and in person in Ketchum. Coiner was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation, 40 hours of community service, and was ordered to pay a $375 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i30NPX

StateKansasYear2009NameHoward DuncanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Howard Duncan pleaded no contest to knowingly and willfully voting more than once in the 2004 general election.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BOnZcw

StateKansasYear2009NameRaymond H. Kurtz, Jr.Case TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Raymond H. Kurtz, Jr. of Newton, was fined $450 and assessed $205 in court costs and processing fees pursuant to a diversion agreement involving 3 counts of voting without being qualified.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BEYjz0

StateOhioYear2009NameTerry BelliCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Terry Belli, of Gahanna, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge after he voted twice in the 2008 election. He voted in both Franklin and Fairfield counties. Belli was sentenced to 180 days' imprisonment, which would be suspended if he paid a $1,000 fine within three months.

Source: bit.ly/2u6Spab

StateMissouriYear2008NameJoel NealCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting, Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

Joel Neal, of St. Louis, Missouri, voted twice in the 2008 primary election: once in person for himself, and once via absentee ballot in the name of his deceased mother. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one month of home confinement and was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/3f4s8zw

StateTexasYear2008NameJose Rene GomezCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Jose Rene Gomez pleaded guilty to one count of illegal voting. Gomez was implicated in a scheme to register phony voters at vacant lots in an effort to receive and submit a large number of mail-in ballots for the 2006 Democratic Primary. Gomez was also charged with voting twice in that election. He was sentenced to two years of deferred adjudication, two years of community supervision, and was ordered to pay a $300 fine.

Source: https://herit.ag/2Vf1DAa, https://herit.ag/3zMyxr3

StateOhioYear2007NameClaudel GilbertCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Claudel Gilbert, a Haitian immigrant, pleaded guilty to voting twice in the 2006 elections. Gilbert received a suspended six-month prison sentence, one year probation, and $500 in fines.

Source: bit.ly/2e8uMXg

StateWisconsinYear2007NameMichael ZoreCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Michael Zore was convicted of voting twice in the November 2006 election. Zore voted in two Milwaukee-area towns, Wauwatosa and West Allis. Zore claimed his double voting was due to a memory lapse, but a judge sentenced him to serve a year in the Milwaukee County House of Correction.

Source: bit.ly/2sQdNiT

StateNew YorkYear2006NameClyde GerbeckCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Clyde Gerbeck of Syracuse, New York pleaded guilty to voting twice in a 2005 primary election and received a conditional discharge sentence.

Source: https://herit.ag/3l1MZav

StateOregonYear2006NameRicky GraybaelCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Ricky Graybael pleaded guilty to one charge of voting more than once in an election. He was sentenced to 24 months' probation, and was ordered to complete 80 hours of community service and pay $67 in court fees.

Source: https://herit.ag/37iNLrD , (Case #06FE0061)

StateOregonYear2006NameLeanne LewisCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Leanne Lewis pleaded guilty to being registered and voting in both Columbia County and Washington County during elections in 2003, 2004, and 2005. She was sentenced to 36 months' probation, 40 hours' community service, and fined $857.

Source: https://herit.ag/3i7sbw9

StateKansasYear2005NameLeslie McIntosh, James Scherzer, and…Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Leslie McIntosh, James Scherzer, and Lorraine Goodrich were convicted of voting in both Kansas and Missouri and providing false residency information to election officials. Scherzer was sentenced to two years' probation and 40 hours of community service; McIntosh was fined $500; and Goodrich was sentenced to one year of probation.

Source: https://herit.ag/2Wi17lq

StateMissouriYear2005NameBrandon E JonesCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

On September 8, 2005, Brandon E. Jones pleaded guilty for voting twice during the 2004 general election. He voted in both Raytown and Kansas City.

Source: https://herit.ag/2UMEdm4 , USA v. Jones, 05-cr-00257-JTM

StateMissouriYear2005NameTammy J. MartinCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Tammy Martin was sentenced to one year of probation and a special assessment of $25 for voting twice in two different districts.

Source: https://herit.ag/3iTg3Oz, US District Court of Western Missouri, USA v. Martin 4:05-cr-00258-SWH-1

StateSouth DakotaYear2005NameRudolph VargasCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Rudolph Vargas pleaded guilty to voting more than once during the 2004 fall election.

Source: https://herit.ag/3BPw2FU

StatePennsylvaniaYear2004NameVictor Bernard PinhoCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Victor Pinho pleaded guilty to a third-degree misdemeanor charge of unlawful voting. He had illegally voted in both Philadelphia and Lehigh county.

Source: https://herit.ag/3y85CNr

StateWashingtonYear2004NameDustin Shane Collings (a.k.a. Dustin…Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Dustin S. Collings, identified as a homeless Seattle resident, was convicted of casting two ballots, both using the alias of Dustin Ocoilain, a name that was listed twice on the voter registration rolls.

Source: https://herit.ag/371tqGW

StateNew JerseyYear2003NameRonald CallawayCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Ronald Callaway, also known as Jihad Q. Abdullah, and related to the infamous Atlantic City Callaway Political Organization, pleaded guilty to voting nine times in four elections. He was sentenced to one year in jail.

Source: bit.ly/1IWTMqW, bit.ly/2u4pTWr

StateIllinoisYear2002NameRussel WithersCase TypeCivil PenaltyFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Russel Withers, who owned multiple radio and TV stations, pleaded guilty to voting multiple times in both 1998 and 2000 elections in both Colorado and Illinois. He was fined $10,000.

Source: https://herit.ag/2V8DMSJ

StateOregonYear2001NameAsa Steven LargeCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeDuplicate Voting

Asa Large registered and voted in Wasa and Hood River counties during three elections between 1997_99. He was charged and found guilty of double-voting, a Class C felony. He received 36 months' probation, 250 hours of community service and a $1,328 fine. He was also ordered to take a civics class and send a letter of apology to the editor of The Dalles Chronicle.

Source: https://herit.ag/2UMEi9m, https://herit.ag/3i3oasK