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StateMinnesotaYear2015NameMax SandersCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeBuying Votes

Max Sanders, a student at the University of Minnesota, was charged with bribery, treating, and solicitation after offering to sell his vote to the highest bidder on eBay. Offering to buy or sell a vote is a felony under an 1893 Minnesota law. He was sentenced to 50 hours' community service. The charges will be dismissed if he completes his community service within six months.

Source: cbsn.ws/2tcZdOK, bit.ly/2uPwPED, bit.ly/2tcX0Tp

StateMinnesotaYear2013NameShawn Marie KaarboCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Shawn Marie Kaarbo, of Barnum, pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible. She certified that she was eligible to vote and subsequently voted in the 2012 general election, despite the fact that she was on probation for a felony assault charge at the time and was not legally permitted to vote. She was sentenced to one year of confinement, which was stayed for two years, and she was required to complete 40 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sq119T, bit.ly/2sTq4DN, bit.ly/2sVyeLy

StateMinnesotaYear2013NameAnna Nicole NelsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Anna Nicole Nelson, of Aurora, pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible after she certified that she was eligible to vote and subsequently voted in the 2012 general election, despite the fact that she was still on probation for a felony drug charge and had lost her right to vote. Nelson received a one year sentence, stayed for two years, and was required to pay $210 in court fees.

Source: bit.ly/2sq119T, bit.ly/2sQ7Cem

StateMinnesotaYear2012NameAlfreda BowmanCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Alfreda Bowman, a convicted felon, pleaded guilty to a charge of voting in an election even though she was ineligible to do so. She received a stay of adjudication which included 40 hours of community service and one year of probation.

Source: bit.ly/2eVET0O

StateMinnesotaYear2012NameRyan Richard HalvorsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Ryan Richard Halvorson pleaded guilty to the charge of registering an ineligible voter. Halvorson had registered and voted in the 2008 presidential election despite being a convicted felon, and therefore ineligible. He was ordered to pay $430 in court costs.

Source: bit.ly/2t9WtBO, bit.ly/2ue96kq

StateMinnesotaYear2012NameMatthew John KluckCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Matthew John Kluck pleaded guilty to knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He had previously been convicted of identity theft, and therefore not eligible to vote in the 2008 presidential election. Kluck was ordered $430 in court costs.

Source: bit.ly/2t9WtBO, bit.ly/2uhlv7a ( Case No. 19HA-CR-11-3909)

StateMinnesotaYear2012NameMichael Patrick McAlpinCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Michael Patrick McAlpin was charged with registering while ineligible to vote in relation to the November 2008 election. He had previously been convicted for failing to register as a predatory offender and violated his probation by registering to vote. He was ordered to pay $430 in court fees.

Source: bit.ly/2t9WtBO, bit.ly/2u9bRDf (Case #19HA-CR-11-3868)

StateMinnesotaYear2012NameMurdock Francis McLeod, Jr.Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Murdock Francis McLeod, Jr., of Duluth, Minnesota, pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible. He voted in the November 2008 election, despite the fact that his civil rights had not been restored after a prior felony conviction. McLeod was sentenced to two years' probation, forty hours' community service, and a total of $135 in fees and fines.

Source: bit.ly/2t2QvYl, bit.ly/2vbfZ2e, bit.ly/2u9bRDf (Case #69DU-CR-11-1912)

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameBrohdy Hillis AveryCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Brodhy Hillis Avery, a convicted felon serving probation, pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in the 2010 election. He received a 180-day suspended jail sentence, two years' probation, and a $980 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2uMT8Ld, bit.ly/2sLpiFr, bit.ly/2sLNvva

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameLavern Antoinette BowmanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Lavern Bowman pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible during the November 2008 general election. As convicted felon, she lacked the right to vote. She was sentenced to two months' supervised probation and was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2eoWRbH

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameAntonio Vassel BrownCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Antonio Brown was convicted of voting while ineligible in the November 2008 general election. Brown has a lengthy criminal history, having been convicted of multiple felonies in several states. His convictions rendered him ineligible to vote, but he did so anyway. He was convicted and sentenced to 15 months' imprisonment.

Source: bit.ly/2eoWRbH

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameLisa May BurlesonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Lisa May Burleson was convicted of ineligible voting when she cast her ballot after pleading guilty to felony theft in 2006. She was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and required to complete 40 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2uhlv7a (Case # 69HI-CR-11-543), bit.ly/2vbfZ2e, bit.ly/2t2QvYl

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameElve Lawrence WilliamsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Elve Williamson was charged with knowingly voting while ineligible to vote and registering an ineligible voter. He pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible, and the other charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to one year in prison (364 days of which were stayed for two years), two years of probation, and a $3,000 fine (of which $2,900 was stayed for two years).

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fiV2uv

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameAmber Allison NealCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Amber Neal pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 91 days' local confinement, two years' probation, and a $1,100 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fcp2vD

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameAndrew Frank SchmidtCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Andrew Schmidt pleaded guilty to the charge of registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to five years of supervised probation, 10 days of local confinement, and was ordered to pay $585 in fines, which were waived in lieu of completing community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e3iPlD

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameAngela Jane WhiteCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Angela White pleaded guilty to registration of ineligible voters and was sentenced to two years of supervised probation, one year of local confinement (of which 360 days were stayed for a two-year term), and 20 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eB3yER

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameAnthony Joseph KippelsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Anthony Joseph Kippels pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 180 days' imprisonment (179 were stayed), one year of probation, and a fine of $100.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fyzSNI

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameBrent Michael CirilloCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Brent Cirillo pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 365 days in prison and two years of probation, and was fined $3,000.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fHCLv6

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameBrian William PrieferCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Brian Priefer was convicted of knowingly voting while ineligible in Maplewood, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 365 days' imprisonment (all were stayed), two years' probation, and a fine of $3,000.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffZQ4L

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameCarolyn LandCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Carolyn Land knowingly voted while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. She pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 100 days of local confinement (99 were stayed), one year of probation, and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4QsAo

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameCassidy Cole SchusterCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Cassidy Schuster was charged with and pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible. He was sentenced to 12 days in jail and three years of supervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffXwel

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameCatherine Yvette JenkinsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Catherine Jenkins was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She pleaded guilty to the latter charge, while the former was dismissed. Jenkins was sentenced to one year of imprisonment at the Ramsey County Correctional Facility. She served 64 days of her sentence, with the remainder stayed for two years while she underwent supervised probation. She was also ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fijSfl

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameChad Alan SavoyCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Chad Savoy of New Ulm was convicted of knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He was sentenced to 90 days in the county jail, but his sentence was stayed for one year. He also was also ordered to pay $580 in fines and complete one year of supervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ehPqzE

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameCheryl Lynn BarrettCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Cheryl Barrett was convicted for knowingly voting while ineligible in Austin, Minnesota. She was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and three days of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fHH2ia

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameChristopher Charles LawrenceCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Christopher Charles Lawrence knowingly voted while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 91 days' confinement (90 were stayed), one year of probation, and a $25 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ehTXCh

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameChristopher Louisell JohnsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Christopher Johnson was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He pleaded guilty to the latter charge, while the former was dismissed. He was sentenced to one year of imprisonment at the Ramsey County Correctional Facility, but 363 days of his sentence were stayed. He also received two years' supervised probation, was ordered to complete 60 hours of community service, and to pay a $3,000 fine, $2,800 of which was stayed.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4ONLk

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameColin Lee SchicklingCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Colin Schickling pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 365 days' imprisonment, of which he served 114 days, and the remainder were stayed. He also was fined $1,000 and received two years' probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4OlN0

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameCurtis Russell SchneiderCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Curtis Schneider pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 162 days' imprisonment and a fine of $100.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fyEIKU

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameDaniel Paul WichmannCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Daniel Wichmann pleaded guilty to false registrations and was sentenced to one year of local confinement (of which 360 days were stayed for two years), two years of probation, a fine of $300, and 20 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fiklOD

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameDante Antonio Garcia, Jr.Case TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Dante Antonio Garcia, Jr., pleaded guilty to knowingly voted while ineligible in Stearns County, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 211 days' imprisonment, five years' supervised probation, and ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fHFrIV

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameDeanara Montez ThomasCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Deanara Thomas pleaded guilty to false registrations and was sentenced to 120 days of local confinement and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e5nYKa

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameDewey Robert SimmonsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Dewey Simmons pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible and was sentenced to time served of 312 days and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffImbk

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameDominique Nicole BoldenCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Dominique Bolden was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She pleaded guilty to the latter charge while the former was dismissed. She served 31 days of a 91-day prison sentence in local confinement. She also received one year of supervised probation and was ordered to pay a $1,100 fine, $1,050 of which was stayed.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffI18s

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameDonna Eileen CarterCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Donna Carter was convicted of voting while ineligible. She was sentenced to 365 days in jail and two years of supervised probation. She was also fined $1,000 and ordered to perform 40 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e5rxzP

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameDustin Lee RyanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Dustin Ryan pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 365 days' imprisonment (363 were stayed), two years' probation, and a fine of $1,000. He was also ordered to perform 40 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fHEvnP

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameGidget Sherice ToddCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Gidget Todd pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible to vote in the 2008 election and was sentenced to 100 days in prison, one year of probation, and a $1,001 fine (of which $951 was stayed for one year).

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2errLjm

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameHaleem Khan ShamidCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Haleem Khan Shamid pleaded guilty to a charge of registering ineligible voters and was sentenced to five years of probation and 20 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e5qJv7

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameHarold Eugene ThompsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Harold Eugene Thompson pleaded guilty to ineligible voting and was sentenced to one day of time served in prison and five years of probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4ONem

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameHarvey Joseph PoitraCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Harvey Poitra pleaded guilty to the charge of registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to 366 days' imprisonment, stayed for five years. He also received five years of supervised probation and was required to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eDn6Zj

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameHector Molina PerezCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Hector Molina Perez pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in St. Paul. He was sentenced to four months' local confinement (he only served one day and the rest were stayed), one year of probation, and a fine of $50. He was also ordered to perform 24 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4OuQN

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJames Albert AyersCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

James Ayers was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He pleaded guilty to the latter charge, while the former was dismissed. He was sentenced to one year of imprisonment at the Ramsey County Correctional Facility. He served 55 days of his sentence, with the remainder stayed for two years while he underwent supervised probation. He was also ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffXjrw

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJames Earl MooreCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

James Moore pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 91 days of local confinement (all were stayed), two years' probation, and a fine of $1,200. He was also required to perform 32 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flbREZ

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJames Edward FranklinCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

James Franklin was charged with knowingly voting while ineligible and registering an ineligible voter. He was convicted of voting while ineligible and the other charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 180 days in prison (of which 125 days were stayed for two years), two years of probation, and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eYhFaC

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJames Graham KelleyCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

James Kelley pleaded guilty to the charge of knowingly voting while ineligible. He was sentenced to 180 days in prison. He served two days, with the remainder of his sentence stayed for one year while he was given supervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flau9m

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJames Vance BondCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

James Bond pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Mounds View, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 288 days in local confinement and fined $100.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2erA3rx

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJason Dennis GrueneichCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Jason Grueneich pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. A court sentenced him to two years of supervised probation and ordered him to complete 24 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e5ri7U

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJeanette HurtCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Jeanette Hurt was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She pleaded guilty to the latter charge, while the former was dismissed. Hurt served 35 days of a one-year sentence at the Ramsey County Correction Facility, with the remainder of the sentenced stayed for two years. She also received two years' supervised probation and was ordered to pay a $3,000 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffK6kJ

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJennifer Jo JohnsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Jennifer Johnson was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She pleaded guilty to the former charge, while the latter was dismissed. She served 18 days of a one-year sentence in local confinement. She also received two years of supervised probation and was ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffGcIF

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameJohn Paul ThomasCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

John Thomas pleaded guilty to ineligible voting and was sentenced to 120 days of local confinement, two years of probation, and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ehTuA0

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKathleen Adelle HeckerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kathleen Hecker pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Howard Lake, Minnesota. She was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and 30 days of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ei09Km

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKatie Denise MooreCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Katie Denise Moore pleaded guilty to registering ineligible voters in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 91 days' imprisonment and a fine of $50.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ehXVe6

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKenneth Alphonso JohnsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kenneth Johnson was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He pleaded guilty to the latter charge, while the former was dismissed. He was sentenced to one year of local confinement, 364 days of which were stayed. He also received two years of supervised probation and was ordered to pay a $3,000 fine, $2,950 of which was stayed.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eDqweG

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKiara Shontay WhiteCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kiara White of St. Paul, Minnesota pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in the 2008 election. She was sentenced to 364 days in prison (stayed for one year), one year of supervised probation, 20 hours of community service, and a $500 fine (of which $400 was stayed for one year).

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ehVVCF

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKim Katrina ShawCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kim Shaw pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was sentenced to one year of supervised probation and 24 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2erucCO

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKimberly Rae LynchCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kimberly Rae Lynch knowingly voted while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. She pleaded guilty to the voter fraud charges and was sentenced to 364 days' confinement, which was stayed. She also sentenced to one year of probation and ordered to pay a fine of $500.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4PNPw

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKristina Jane MossbergCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kristina Mossberg pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible in Anoka, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 365 days of local confinement, one year of supervised probation, and 18 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eYhax6

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameKyle Robert DenoCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kyle Deno pleaded guilty to registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to five days in jail, two years of supervised probation, and 20 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fiiRUO

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameLacy Jewel GraditiCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Lacy Graditi was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting while ineligible in the 2008 election in St. Cloud, Minnesota. She pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible and the other charge was dismissed. She was sentenced to 10 days' imprisonment, five years' of supervised probation, and community service in lieu of her $300 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2erzPRv

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameLenzie Lee GeorgeCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Lenzie George was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting while ineligible. He pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible, and the other charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 219 days in prison (with credit for time served) and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fyGMTo

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameMarcellette Chyann PayneCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Marcellette Payne pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 180 days' local confinement (served four days and the rest were stayed), six months' probation, and a fine of $50.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eYgxnq

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameMark Steven TiceCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Mark Tice was charged with voting as a felon and false registrations. He pleaded guilty to felon voting and the false registrations charge was dismissed. Tice was assessed $990 in fines.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eYhTi3

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameMatthew Nicholas AgnesCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Matthew Nicholas pleaded guilty to the charge of knowingly voting while ineligible. He was sentenced to five years of supervised probation, ordered to serve 45 days of local confinement, and to pay a fine of $585. He also received a 366 day prison sentence, which was stayed for five years.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eYh6gI

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameMichael David JohnsonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Michael Johnson pleaded guilty to the charge of knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He was sentenced to 181 days' imprisonment at the Ramsey County Correctional Facility and was ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fHICAk

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameMichael Jordan BrazeltonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Michael Brazelton was convicted of voting while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 365 in jail and two years of supervised probation, and was fined $3,000.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flaYvX

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameMichael Shannon O'ConnorCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Michael Shannon O'Connor pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 91 days' local confinement (90 were stayed), one year of probation, and a fine of $25.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fg1cMQ

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameMichael Van StephensCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Michael Stephens pleaded guilty to registering ineligible voters and was sentenced to one year of local confinement in a county correctional facility.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flbB92

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameNakeisha Lezette HowardCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Nakeisha Howard was charged with false registration and knowingly voting while ineligible in the 2008 election. She pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible to vote, and the false registration charge was dismissed. She was sentenced 180 days in prison (of which 176 days were stayed for two years), two years' supervised probation, a $150 fine, and 40 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eDo6Nj

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameNakisha Kechelle JordanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Nakisha Jordan pleaded guilty to ineligible voting in St. Paul, Minnesota. A court sentenced her to 365 days in jail and two years of probation, and fined her $3,000.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e5qVKL

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameParis Lamar CareyCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Paris Carey pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible. A court sentenced him to one year of probation and 20 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flaq9l

StateMinnesotaYear2011NamePatrick Casey GettenCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Patrick Getten pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible. He was sentenced to 365 days in prison (of which 359 days were stayed for one year), one year of probation, and a $500 fine (of which $400 was stayed for one year).

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffOzUL

StateMinnesotaYear2011NamePaul Duane LamplCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Paul Lampl pleaded guilty to the charge of registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to five years of supervised probation, and was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service and pay a $500 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2firUEW

StateMinnesotaYear2011NamePaula Jean SmithCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Paula Smith of White Earth, Minnesota was convicted of knowingly voting while ineligible. She was sentenced to 30 days in Becker County Jail, was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, and received five years of supervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eDsvzG

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameRobert Christopher SchuehleCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Robert Schuele pleaded guilty to registration of ineligible voters and was sentenced to 91 days of local confinement and a fine of $100.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e5tfS7

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameRoman Durand WoodardCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Roman Woodard was charged with two counts of registering an ineligible voter and one count of knowingly voting while ineligible, stemming from the 2008 election. He pleaded guilty to ineligible voting, and the other charges were dismissed. He was sentenced to 120 days in prison (of which 99 days were stayed for two years), two years of probation, and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2erAr9s

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameRyan Scott MarshCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting, False Registrations

Ryan Marsh of Worthington was charged with voting while ineligible and registering an ineligible voter. He pleaded guilty to the first charge, while the second was dismissed. He was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and was ordered to pay a $500 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fg1OSU

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameSabrina Ruth HallCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Sabrina Hall was charged with false registration and ineligible voting. She pleaded guilty to ineligible voting in the 2008 election, the false registration charge was dropped, and Hall was sentenced to 365 days in prison (of which 364 days were stayed for one year), one year of probation, and ordered to pay $156 in court fees. When Fox News went door-to-door to interview felons who were convicted of illegally voting, she was asked if she thought her vote helped Al Franken get into office. She responded saying, "I don't know, but I hope it did."

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fHKYiJ

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameShane James LymanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Shane James Lyman knowingly voted while ineligible in St. Paul, Minnesota. He pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to 100 days' imprisonment (99 were stayed), one year probation, and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eDsAUa

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameShannon Dee MoudryCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Shannon Moudry pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Hutchinson, Minnesota. She was sentenced to one year of supervised probation and 15 days of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4SIHY

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameSheila Larae DennisCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Sheila Dennis pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 100 days in jail and one year of probation, and was fined $50.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eYkXdY

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameSiresa Dale MooreCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Siresa Moore pleaded guilty to registering ineligible voters in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 181 days of local confinement and a fine of $50.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e5s6d8

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameSpencer Dwight CistrunkCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Spencer Cistrunk pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible. He received a sentence of 91 days in jail, two years of probation, and a $1,100 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4Wjpr

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameTaylor Joseph EndresCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Taylor Endres pleaded guilty to registering an ineligible voter in Cold Spring, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 36 days in jail, two years of supervised probation, and community service in lieu of a fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eYnAMR

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameTimothy John ArsenalCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Timothy Arsenal of St. Paul pleaded guilty to the charge of registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to serve six months in prison, with all but six days of the sentence stayed or credited for time served. Arsenal also was ordered to pay a $50 fine and received one year of supervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fyOcpE

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameTodd Reggi TiedemannCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Todd Tiedemann was charged with ineligible voting during the 2008 election and registering an ineligible voter. He pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible, and the other charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to one year in prison (361 days of which were stayed for two years), two years of probation, and a $3,000 fine ($2,950 of which was stayed for two years).

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffJ4oK

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameTroy Alan ScottCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Troy Scott was charged with registering ineligible voters and ineligible voting. He pleaded guilty to registration of ineligible voters and was sentenced to 90 days of confinement and one year of probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flfzOV

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameSusan Dulogan WalkerCase TypeDiversion ProgramFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Susan Dulogan Walker voted in a 2009 School District Election in Kanabec County, Minnesota, despite being ineligible to vote because she was not a U.S. citizen. She pleaded guilty to registering while ineligible and was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2ta1E4x

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameVernon Lee WilliamsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Vernon Williams was convicted of voting while ineligible in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was sentenced to one year and one day in a correctional facility.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2ffIozK

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameVaugh Tojo YoungCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Vaugh Tojo was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting while ineligible. He pleaded guilty to voting while ineligible, and the other charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 180 days in prison (of which 178 days were stayed for two years), two years of supervised probation, a $50 fine, and 50 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fg3ZFK

StateMinnesotaYear2011NameWayne Seton ApplebaumCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Wayne Applebaum was convicted of the charge of knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He was sentenced to six months of probation and was ordered to complete 12 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eDtDn2

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameDaniel Tyrell ClarkCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Daniel Clark pleaded guilty to registering an ineligible voter in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 365 days in jail, two years of supervised probation, 40 hours of community service, and received a $1,000 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eDr2JK

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameDavid Richard HofmannCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

David Hofmann pleaded guilty to ineligible voting in Herron Lake. He was sentenced to one year and one day in a correctional facility and five years of supervised probation. He was also fined $1,200.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2f4SzV2

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameDonald James DiamondCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Donald Diamond pleaded guilty to registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to 365 days in jail, two years of supervised probation, 60 hours of community service, and was ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2erB17n

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameDustin James NorringCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Dustin Norring pleaded guilty to registering ineligible voters in Maplewood, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 365 days' imprisonment (served 47 days and the rest were stayed), two years' probation, and fine of $1,000.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fijQEe

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameJason Scott JonesCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Jason Scott Jones pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in St. Cloud, Minnesota. He was sentenced to time served (151 days) and fined $50.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fm1AIB

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameKhalid Jafar WilksCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeMiscellaneous

Khalid Jafar Wilks was convicted of unlawfully voting and was sentenced to 10 days' imprisonment, but his sentence was stayed for one year.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eZabUE

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameMaurice Leonza BrownCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Maurice Brown pleaded guilty to a charge of registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, and ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fm0dJV

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameMichael Antwon CommonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Michael Common pleaded guilty to knowingly voting despite being ineligible. He received a 13-month prison sentence, stayed for five years. He also received five years' supervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fIDTP0

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameMonica Duarte DucheneCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Monica Duchene was convicted of knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and ordered to complete 20 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fjm5Ho

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameNicole Lynn CarringtonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Nicole Carrington pleaded guilty to registering an ineligible voter in Roseville, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 365 days in jail and fined $100.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fjuRoQ

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameRonnie IvyCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Ronnie Ivy was charged with registering an ineligible voter and knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She pleaded guilty to the latter charge, while the former was dismissed. Ivy was sentenced to four months' imprisonment, but her sentence was stayed for 18 months while she underwent supervised probation. She was also fined $50.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fgRpGB

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameSarah Lynn HankinsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Sarah Hankins pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in the 2008 election. She was sentenced to a year in prison (of which 11 months and 30 days were stayed for two years), two years of probation, and a $100 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flXQa9

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameShawn Scott DeatleyCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Shawn Deatley was convicted of burglary in 2005 and received probation. As a convicted felon, Deatley was ineligible to vote until the completion of probation. Despite this fact, Deatley took advantage of same-day registration to cast a ballot in the 2008 presidential election. Had Deatley registered in advance it is likely his illegal attempt to vote would have been blocked, since election officials are provided with lists of ineligible felons against which registrants can be checked.

Source: bit.ly/2fipypN, bit.ly/2e6g7fg, bit.ly/2eEohrz

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameTheresa Marie BarslouCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Theresa Barslou was convicted on the charge of knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She was sentenced to one years of imprisonment, but 364 days of her sentence were stayed for two years while she was subject to supervised probation. She was ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fzDoHN

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameWayde Charles MinterCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Wayde Minter pleaded guilty to registering ineligible voters in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was sentenced to 30 days' imprisonment, later stayed, as well as one year of probation, and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eZ6PBa, bit.ly/2eEohrz

StateMinnesotaYear2010NameWillie Lee SkykesCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Willie Sykes pleaded guilty to one of two charges of false registrations and was sentenced to one year of local confinement, two years of probation, and a $3,000 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fzEvaq

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameJoseph James WagnerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Joseph Wagner pleaded guilty to registration of ineligible voters, and was sentenced to one year in prison (of which 11 months and 19 days were stayed for two years). He was also sentenced to two years of probation and a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2e6cDJR

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameCynthia Rene ClarkCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Cynthia Clark pleaded guilty to registering an ineligible voter in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 365 days in jail and two years of supervised probation. She was also ordered to perform 25 hours of community service and pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2flZ2Kz

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameFreda Jean JahnkeCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

As part of a plea agreement, Freda Jahnke pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Fairmont, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 365 days in jail, two years of unsupervised probation, and 30 days of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eiRtDs

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameJacqueline Patricia PerryCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Jacqueline Perry pleaded guilty to registering ineligible voters in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 365 days' imprisonment (364 were stayed), two years' probation, and a fine of $50. She was also ordered to perform 25 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fgRz0J

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameJames Keith LesureCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

James Keith Lesure was charged with falsely registered ineligible voters in the 2008 election in St. Paul, Minnesota. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one year imprisonment (later stayed) and six months' probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fgSoX0

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameJenna Christine CookCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Jenna Cook pleaded guilty to registering an ineligible voter in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was sentenced to 365 days in jail and two years of probation, and was ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eZfl30

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameJonathan Curtis NoyesCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Jonathan Noyes pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Erskine, Minnesota. He was sentenced to electronic home monitoring for 30 days and ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fIFqVg

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameKaren Louise MckinneyCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Karen McKinney pleaded guilty to a charge of registering ineligible voters in St. Paul. She was sentenced to one year in prison (364 days were stayed). She was also sentenced to two years of supervised probation, and was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and complete 80 hours of community service.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eiQinq

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameKarl Edward BennettCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Karl Bennett was convicted of registering an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to serve one year in the Ramsey County Correctional Facility, with 227 days of his sentence stayed. He received two years' supervised probation and was ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eEmNxj

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameKerry Ann KellarCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Kerry Kellar of Cass Lake was convicted of knowingly voting despite being ineligible. She was sentenced to 366 days' imprisonment, which was stayed in favor of five years of supervised probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fzGjQw

StateMinnesotaYear2008NameKristy Ellen DettleCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

Kristy Dettle from Fridley, Minnesota was charged with voting more than once in the same election, making or signing a false certificate, and making a false or untrue statement on an absentee ballot application. She pleaded guilty to voting more than once, and the other charges were dismissed. She was sentenced to one year of probation and a fine of $1,000.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eiOIly

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameMatthew James HinmanCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Matthew Hinman was charged with false registration and knowingly voting while ineligible in the 2008 election. He was convicted of the later and was sentenced to one year in prison, one year of unsupervised probation, and a $3,000 fine (of which $2,700 was stayed for one year).

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fgRHNB

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameRaymundo Gonzalo SilvaCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Raymundo Silva pleaded guilty to registering ineligible voters and was sentenced to one year of confinement and two years of probation, and was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service and pay a fine of $3,000.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fzIqUx

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameSteven Todd KostohryzCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Steven Todd Kostohyrz knowingly voted while ineligible in Prior Lake, Minnesota. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one year imprisonment, which was stayed, and a year of probation. He was also fined $400.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2fgJ9J0

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameThomas Howard WoodwardCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Thomas Howard Woodward was charged with three counts of registering an ineligible voter. He pleaded guilty to one count of registering an ineligible voter, and the other charges were dismissed. He was sentenced to 365 days in prison (of which 159 days were stayed for two years with credit for time served), two years of supervised probation, and a $1,000 fine (of which $900 was stayed for two years).

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eZdmvN

StateMinnesotaYear2009NameWilliam Allen OndracekCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

William Allen Ondracek pleaded guilty to knowingly voting while ineligible in Deer River. He was sentenced to 365 days' local confinement; the sentence was later stayed. He was also fined $3,000 and ordered to serve two years' probation.

Source: bit.ly/2sUD5JF, bit.ly/2eZdrj5

StateMinnesotaYear2017NameMichelle Marie LandsteinerCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

Michelle Marie Landsteiner forged the signature and voted for a family member during the 2016 Minnesota primary. However, the family member had already registered to vote elsewhere, and her ballot was flagged. Upon review, the voter's signature and the witness's signature looked extremely similar. Landsteiner pled guilty to unlawful voting and was sentenced to one year of probation and nearly $600 in fees. A 90-day jail sentence will be waived after completing her probation.

Source: bit.ly/2zX8lyk, bit.ly/2BauC9T

StateMinnesotaYear2018NameJeffrey SpanierCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Jeffrey Spanier was convicted of felony gambling charges in 2014, but still completed a Minnesota voter registration form in November 2016, falsely certifying that he was not a felon. He pleaded guilty to a felony count of registering to vote while ineligible, and was sentenced to four years on probation, with a stay of imposition, and ordered to pay $137 in fees.

Source: on.sctimes.com/2GIs1JI

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

StateMinnesotaYear2016NameNoah SummersCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Noah Summers, of Mankato, an ineligible voter, registered to vote in the 2016 general election. Summers was charged with a felony, and, as part of a plea bargain agreement, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of registering to vote as an ineligible voter. He was sentenced to one year of probation and ordered to pay a $600 fine.

Source: bit.ly/30MY8hA, Case Number: 07-CR-17-4643

StateMinnesotaYear2016NameDarrell Leonard WebbCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeFalse Registrations

Darrell Leonard Webb, of St. Cloud, an ineligible voter for voting before completing probation after a felony charge, illegally voted in the 2016 general election. Webb was charged with being an ineligible voter knowingly votes, registration and eligibility of voters-register an ineligible voter and was found guilty. He was sentenced to 13 months imprisonment and ordered to pay a $215 fine.

Source: bit.ly/357eNzB, Case Number: CR-2012-4134

StateMinnesotaYear2016NameLisa Suzanne AndersonCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Lisa Suzanne Anderson, of Starbuck, voted as an ineligible person by voting as a known felon in the 2016 general election. Anderson was charged with a felony, but pleaded guilty to knowingly voting as an ineligible voter, a misdemeanor. She was sentenced to 248 days imprisonment and ordered to pay a $50 fine.

Source: bit.ly/2LKy820, Case Number: 61-CR-17-51

StateMinnesotaYear2016NameAlysse Miranda FitzpatrickCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Alysse Miranda Fitzpatrick, of Lake Crystal, voted as a known felon in the 2016 general election. Fitzpatrick was charged with a felony, and pleaded guilty to knowingly voting as an ineligible voter. She was sentenced to 150 days imprisonment, two years of probation, and was ordered to pay $77 in court fees.

Source: bit.ly/2pDRRHY, Case Number: 07-CR-17-4645

StateMinnesotaYear2016NameAshley Nicole WilliamsCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Ashley Nicole Williams, of Mankato, voted as an ineligible person by voting as a known felon in the 2016 general election. Williams was charged with a felony, pleaded guilty to a gross misdemeanor of knowingly voting as an ineligible voter, was sentenced to 91 days' imprisonment followed by one year of probation, and was ordered to complete 3 days of community service and pay $77 in court fees.

Source: bit.ly/2pDRRHY, Case Number: 07-CR-17-4642

StateMinnesotaYear2016NameTaylor Mitchel SpenceCase TypeCriminal ConvictionFraud TypeIneligible Voting

Taylor Mitchel Spence, of Winnebago, voted as an ineligible person in the 2016 general election by voting as a known felon. Spence was charged with a felony, pleaded guilty to a gross misdemeanor of knowingly voting as an ineligible voter, was sentenced to 125 days' imprisonment, and was ordered to pay $77 in court fees.

Source: bit.ly/2pDRRHY, Case Number: 07-CR-17-4644