Caesar Abutin, of Norwalk, voted under the name of his deceased mother three times between and He was charged with one count of impersonating another voter, one count of fraudulently requesting an absentee ballot, and one count of fraudulent voting, all felony charges. He entered a diversion program with supervised probation for 12 months and ordered to perform 40 hours of community service.
If he successfully completes the program, the charges against him will be dismissed. Neil Kitchens, a former Republican state assembly candidate, was charged with claiming a false residency for candidacy in the general election. Kitchens claimed residency in the 30th district, when he actually lived in the neighboring 29th district. Kitchens pleaded no contest to one felony charge of filing a false declaration of candidacy and was sentenced to two years of probation.
Source: bit. Alex Campbell, Republican city councilman and mayor pro tem of Crescent City, California, falsely claimed his residence was within city limits when submitting his candidacy for councilman. Campbell was charged with two felony counts of perjury and one count of false declaration of his candidacy and pleaded guilty to one count of making a false declaration of candidacy. Following a bench trial, Jan Wilson was convicted of voting twice by absentee ballot in the Nov. Watkins was charged with three felonies - voting without being qualified, knowingly voting with more than one advance ballot, and interfering with the investigation intending to obstruct.
He entered into a diversion agreement where his prosecution will be deferred for six months. Paul Parana of Canton was charged with impersonating a voter after he forged his daughter's ature on an absentee ballot in General Election. Judge Jeff Weill overturned the of the June First Ward Alderman Democratic primary election in Aberdeen, Mississippi, due to absentee ballot fraud, and has ordered a new election.
Nicholas Holliday was declared the winner of the June primary by a margin of 37 votes over Robert Devaull. After Devaull filed a lawsuit challenging the of the race, the Monroe County District court found that 66 of the 84 absentee ballots cast should not have been counted because they were not valid. A notary, Dallas Jones, was arrested for election fraud for notarizing ballots without watching voters ballots or checking their identification. In addition to the absentee ballot fraud, the court found evidence of intimidation at the polls by various public officials, including Mayor Maurice Howard, candidate Holliday, and Aberdeen Police Chief Henry Randle, which constituted violations of anti-electioneering rules at polling places.
Laurence Kahn, of Londonderry, was charged with voting twice in the election. 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. Vincent Marzello, 65, was indicted on one count of wrongful voting for voting twice during the November 8, 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. Domenick Demuro, a Judge of Elections in Philadelphia and a Democratic ward leader, accepted bribes to add fraudulent ballots to voting machines and falsely certify election for certain Democrat candidates in the, and primary elections.
He will be sentenced on July 20, Source: Case No crPDbit.
Bruce Bartman was charged with falsely registering for an absentee ballot on behalf of his deceased mother and his deceased mother-in-law in the general election. Bartman pleaded guilty to two felony counts of perjury and one misdemeanor count of illegal voting. Registered Republican Ralph Holloway Thurman voted twice in the presidential election. After casting his vote, Thurman asked a poll worker if he could vote on behalf of his son, and when workers informed him that it was not allowed, he left the building. Later that day Thurman returned, disguised in a hat and sunglasses, and ed the poll book as his son, a registered Democrat.
After casting the second ballot, pollsters recognized him, notified the judge of elections, but Thurman left before election officials could confront him. He pleaded guilty to one count of repeat voting, a felony.
Thurman was sentenced to three years' probation and is barred from voting for four years as part of a negotiated plea deal. He was sentenced to six months probation and 40 hours of community service. Jonathan Meade West, Sr. 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.
Timothy Metz, a candidate for the Morgantown City Council, falsified 21 atures of voters for his nomination petition, including one deceased person. He pleaded guilty to one count of falsely filing a certification of nomination and was sentenced as part of his plea agreement to a pre-trial diversion program with a 24 month period of supervised probation.
Randy Allen Jumper voted twice in the 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. Norman Hall, of Los Angeles, participated in scheme to give homeless people on Skid Row cash and cigarettes in exchange for fraudulently ing ballot petition initiatives and filling out voter registration forms. These crimes took place during both the and election cycles.
Hall was charged with circulating a petition with false names, and pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 1 year in county jail, 3 years of probation, and was ordered to complete hours of community service.
She was reported to have forged over atures, most of which were actual country residents. Peterson was charged with 10 counts of perjury by declaration, 5 counts of identity theft, and 5 counts of ing fictious or forged names to a petition.
She pleaded guilty to 2 counts of perjury by declaration, a felony, and was sentenced to 2 years in county jail. Richard Howard was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake atures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms.
This resulted in hundreds of fraudulent atures.
He pleaded no contest to one felony count of subscribing a fictitious name, or the name of another to an initiative petition and registration of a fictitious person. He was sentenced to a suspended sentence of three years and three years of probation.
He was reported to have forged over atures, most of which were actual country residents. Peterson was charged with 10 counts of perjury by declaration, 5 counts of identity theft, and 5 counts of ing of fictious or forged name to petition.
He pleaded guilty to 2 counts of perjury by declaration, a felony, and was sentenced to 2 years in county jail. Louis Wise was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake atures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms. He was sentenced to a suspended sentence of 16 months in state prison and three years of formal probation. Christopher Williams was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake atures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms.
He pleaded no contest to one felony count of circulating an initiative or petition containing false, forged or fictitious names. Nickey Huntley was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake atures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms.
April Atilano, of Monterey County, pleaded guilty to 6 counts of felony voter fraud for falsifying voter registration forms. Atilano falsified a of voter registration cards by changing party affiliation and forging atures.
Atilano was sentenced to one year in prison and three years probation. Delores "Dee" Handy, of Crowley was found guilty of failing to mark a ballot as instructed when assisting an elderly voter, a misdemeanor. Rojas was charged with and pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring with others to use the mail to promote a voter bribery scheme. He was sentenced to one year of probation. The Passaic County Board of Elections became aware of potential absentee ballots that were improperly cast and handled.
Of all ballots cast in the election, Ballots were rejected because atures did not match and sections on the ballot deating that someone other than the voter was handling the ballot were left unfilled.
A substantial of ballots were left on the floor of an apartment building, while approximately two hundred uncounted mail-in ballots were found in a postal box located in the adjacent township. Shortly after the election were tabulated, evidence emerged about an absentee ballot trafficking scheme involving at least four individuals, including two members running for City Council.
Candidate Alex Mendez, current councilman Michael Jackson, Shelim Khalique, and Abu Razyen have now been charged with various felonies related to the alleged scheme. The judge ordered a new special election which was held in November Alex Mendez won by a nine-vote margin, despite the criminal voter fraud charges that are pending against him. ZIP: 19154 19151 19150 19153 19152 19102 19103 19106 19107 19104 19109 19128 19129 19120 19121 19122 19123 19124 19125 19126 19127 19112 19111 19115 19114 19116 19119 19118 19148 19149 19146 19147 19144 19145 19142 19143 19140 19141 19139 19138 19137 19136 19135 19134 19133 19132 19131 19130 19019 19092 19093 19099 19101 19105 19108 19110 19155 19160 19161 19162 19170 19171 19172 19173 19175 19176 19177 19178 19179 19181 19182 19183 19184 19185 19187 19188 19190 19191 19192 19193 19194 19195 19196 19197 19244 19255