Voter Fraud Report
Donald Hartle was charged with two felonies for voting twice in the 2020 general election, once under his own name and a second time via absentee ballot using his deceased wife's name. Hartle pleaded guilty to one count of “voting more than once at same election,” a Class D felony. Under the terms of his plea agreement, Hartle was sentenced to one year of probation and fined $2,000. If he successfully completes probation, Hartle will be permitted to withdraw his guilty plea to the felony offense and enter a guilty plea to “conspiracy to commit voting more than once at same election,” a gross misdemeanor.