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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Quote Originally Posted by sawyerloggingon View Post
    Heres just a few cases of fraud to get the ball rolling.


    On Jan. 30 in West Virginia, Lincoln County Sheriff Jerry Bowman and Lincoln County Clerk Donald Whitten pleaded guilty to federal charges they attempted to flood the 2010 Democratic primary with fraudulent absentee ballots. Bowman was a candidate for Circuit Clerk. The two admitted to falsifying more than 100 absentee ballot applications for voters who did not have any legal basis to vote absentee.

    In the Troy, N.Y., case, out of eight who were charged, four have pleaded guilty. City Councilmen John Brown and Anthony DeFiglio, former Troy City Clerk William McInerney and Democratic operative Anthony Renna all pleaded guilty. The probe was into whether they forged signatures on applications for absentee ballots and on actual ballots in the 2009 primary of the Working Families Party, a third party in New York state that frequently cross-endorses Democratic candidates.

    The Albany Times-Union newspaper reported that most of the fraudulent names were of residents of public housing authority apartments. The paper quoted DeFiglio calling it a “normal political tactic.”

    Meanwhile, in 2011, the Colorado Secretary of State’s office compared voter data with state Department of Revenue data and found more than 16,000 potential matches of non-citizens on the state’s voter rolls.

    Prior to that, a report by the Milwaukee Police Department on the 2004 election found, “there does remain a strong possibility that the discovery of those random staffers voting illegally is the proverbial ‘tip of the iceberg’ as it relates to an illegal organized attempt to influence the outcome of the election in the state of Wisconsin.”
    I ask you again since it is your side that alleges that there is a significant problem that demands action: how many voter fraud convictions do we have in the last decade?
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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    By your answer, I take it that you cannot prove any significant voter fraud in the last decade.

    Just how many people have been convicted of voter fraud in the last decade?
    Heres a few more for your rreading pleasure.








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    AR

    1998

    A contractor with ACORN-affiliated Project Vote was arrested for falsifying about 400 voter registration cards.



    CO

    2005

    Two ex-ACORN employees were convicted in Denver of perjury for submitting false voter registrations.





    2004

    An ACORN employee admitted to forging signatures and registering three of her friends to vote 40 times.



    CT

    2008

    The New York Post reported that ACORN submitted a voter registration card for a 7-year-old Bridgeport girl. Another 8,000 cards from the same city will be scrutinized for possible fraud.



    FL

    2009

    In September, 11 ACORN workers were accused of forging voter registration applications in Miami-Dade County during the last election. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the state attorney’s office scoured hundreds of suspicious applications provided by ACORN and found 197 of 260 contained personal ID information that did not match any living person.





    2008

    Election officials in Brevard County have given prosecutors more than 23 suspect registrations from ACORN. The state's Division of Elections is also investigating complaints in Orange and Broward Counties.





    2004

    A Florida Department of Law Enforcement spokesman said ACORN was “singled out” among suspected voter registration groups for a 2004 wage initiative because it was “the common thread” in the agency’s fraud investigations.



    IN

    2008

    Election officials in Indiana have thrown out more than 4,000 ACORN-submitted voter registrations after finding they had identical handwriting and included the names of many deceased Indianans, and even the name of a fast food restaurant.



    MI

    2008

    Clerks in Detroit found a "sizeable number of duplicate and fraudulent [voter] applications" from the Michigan branch of ACORN. Those applications have been turned over to the U.S. Attorney's office for investigation.




    2004

    The Detroit Free Press reported that “overzealous or unscrupulous campaign workers in several Michigan counties are under investigation for voter-registration fraud, suspected of attempting to register nonexistent people or forging applications for already-registered voters.” ACORN-affiliate Project Vote was one of two groups suspected of turning in the documents.



    MO

    2008

    Nearly 400 ACORN-submitted registrations in Kansas City have been rejected due to duplication or fake information.




    2007

    Four ACORN employees were indicted in Kansas City for charges including identity theft and filing false registrations during the 2006 election.




    2006

    Eight ACORN employees in St. Louis were indicted on federal election fraud charges. Each of the eight faces up to five years in prison for forging signatures and submitting false information.




    2003

    Of 5,379 voter registration cards ACORN submitted in St. Louis, only 2,013 of those appeared to be valid. At least 1,000 are believed to be attempts to register voters illegally.



    MN

    2004

    During a traffic stop, police found more than 300 voter registration cards in the trunk of a former ACORN employee, who had violated a legal requirements that registration cards be submitted to the Secretary of State within 10 days of being filled out and signed.



    NC

    2008

    County elections officials have sent suspicious voter registration applications to the state Board of Elections. Many of the applications had similar or identical names, but with different addresses or dates of birth.




    2004

    North Carolina officials investigated ACORN for submitting fake voter registration cards.



    NM

    2008

    Prosecutors are investigating more than 1,100 ACORN-submitted voter registration cards after a county clerk found them to be fraudulent. Many of the cards included duplicate names and slightly altered personal information.




    2005

    Four ACORN employees submitted as many as 3,000 potentially fraudulent signatures on the group’s Albuquerque ballot initiative. A local sheriff added: “It’s safe to say the forgery was widespread.”





    2004

    An ACORN employee registered a 13-year-old boy to vote. Citing this and other examples, New Mexico State Representative Joe Thompson stated that ACORN was “manufacturing voters” throughout New Mexico.



    NV

    2009

    Nevada authorities indicted ACORN on 26 counts of voter registration fraud and 13 counts of illegally compensating canvassers. ACORN provided a bonus compensation program called “Blackjack” or “21+” for any canvasser who registered more than 20 voters per shift, which is illegal under Nevada law.





    2008

    Nevada state authorities raided ACORN's Las Vegas headquarters as part of a task force investigation of election fraud. Fraudulent registrations included players from the Dallas Cowboys.



    OH

    2008

    ACORN activists gave Ohio residents cash and cigarettes in exchange for filling out voter registration card, according to the New York Post. Some voters claim to have registered dozens of times, and one man says he signed up on 72 cards.




    2007

    A man in Reynoldsburg was indicted on two felony counts of illegal voting and false registration, after being registered by ACORN to vote in two separate counties.




    2004

    A grand jury indicted a Columbus ACORN worker for submitting a false signature and false voter registration form. In Franklin County, two ACORN workers submitted what the director of the board of election supervisors called “blatantly false” forms. In Cuyahoga County, ACORN and its affiliate Project Vote submitted registration cards that had the highest rate of errors for any voter registration group.



    PA

    2009

    Seven ACORN workers in the Pittsburgh area were indicted for submitting falsified voter registration forms. Six of the seven were also indicted for registering voters under an illegal quota system.




    2008

    State election officials have thrown out 57,435 voter registrations, the majority of which were submitted by ACORN. The registrations were thrown out after officials found "clearly fraudulent" signatures, vacant lots listed as addresses, and other signs of fraud.




    2008

    An ACORN employee in West Reading, PA, was sentenced to up to 23 months in prison for identity theft and tampering with records. A second ACORN worker pleaded not guilty to the same charges and is free on $10,000 bail.




    2004

    Reading’s Director of Elections received calls from numerous individuals complaining that ACORN employees deliberately put inaccurate information on their voter registration forms. The Berks County director of elections said voter fraud was “absolutely out of hand,” and added: “Not only do we have unintentional duplication of voter registration but we have blatant duplicate voter registrations.” The Berks County deputy director of elections added that ACORN was under investigation by the Department of Justice.



    TX

    2008

    In Harris County, nearly 10,000 ACORN-submitted registrations were found to be invalid, including many with clearly fraudulent addresses or other personal information.




    2008

    ACORN turned in the voter registration form of David Young, who told reporters “The signature is not my signature. It’s not even close.” His social security number and date of birth were also incorrect.



    VA

    2005

    In 2005, the Virginia State Board of Elections admonished Project Vote and ACORN for turning in a significant number of faulty voter registrations. An audit revealed that 83% of sampled registrations that were rejected for carrying false or questionable information were submitted by Project Vote. Many of these registrations carried social security numbers that exist for other people, listed non-existent or commercial addresses, or were for convicted felons in violation of state and federal election law.

    In a letter to ACORN, the State Board of Elections reported that 56% of the voter registration applications ACORN turned in were ineligible. Further, a full 35% were not submitted in a timely manner, as required by law. The State Board of Elections also commented on what appeared to be evidence of intentional voter fraud. "Additionally,” they wrote, “information appears to have been altered on some applications where information given by the applicant in one color ink has been scratched through and re-entered in another color ink. Any alteration of a voter registration application is a Class 5 Felony in accordance with § 24.2-1009 of the Code of Virginia."



    WA

    2007

    Three ACORN employees pleaded guilty, and four more were charged, in the worst case of voter registration fraud in Washington state history. More than 2,000 fraudulent voter registration cards were submitted by the group during a voter registration drive.



    WI

    2008

    At least 33,000 ACORN-submitted registrations in Milwaukee have been called into question after it was found that the organizations had been using felons as registration workers, in violation of state election rules. Two people involved in the ongoing Wisconsin voter fraud investigation have been charged with felonies.




    2004

    The district attorney’s office investigated seven voter registration applications Project Vote employees filed in the names of people who said the group never contacted them. Former Project Vote employee Robert Marquise Blakely told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he had not met with any of the people whose voter registration applications he signed, “an apparent violation of state law,” according to the paper.

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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    I ask you again since it is your side that alleges that there is a significant problem that demands action: how many voter fraud convictions do we have in the last decade?
    Still not satisfied?

    ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Minnesota Majority today released a report on voter fraud convictions to date stemming from Minnesota's 2008 general election. The report finds that 113 individuals who voted illegally in the 2008 election have been convicted of the crime, "ineligible voter knowingly votes" under Minnesota Statute 201.014.

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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Just how many people have been convicted of voter fraud in the last decade?
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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Quote Originally Posted by taxigirl View Post
    ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law - chicagotribune.com




    We have gone through so many years in the United States without Voter ID laws, and we now suddenly need them? Voter fraud is not something that is not common in the United States and this seems like an attempt to disenfranchise certain sets of voters.
    You have to have an ID to register. What's with the heartburn over having to have an ID to vote?
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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    You have to have an ID to register. What's with the heartburn over having to have an ID to vote?
    Maybe it's not pc, but people who do not have the where-with-all to get some sort of ID to a polling station probably shouldn't be voting anyway. I would make an exception for the house-bound senior and handicapped.

    Judging by their reaction, one can only assume that Democrats consider a significant number of their base essentially dysfunctional.

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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Meathead View Post
    Maybe it's not pc, but people who do not have the where-with-all to get some sort of ID to a polling station probably shouldn't be voting anyway. I would make an exception for the house-bound senior and handicapped.

    Judging by their reaction, one can only assume that Democrats consider a significant number of their base essentially dysfunctional.
    Many people, even if they do have an ID, don't have one that contains a current address. This is a bigger problem than you are trying to minimize it into.
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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Just how many people have been convicted of voter fraud in the last decade?
    Well since you don't like my case examples heres the EXACT stat you want. These are just the convictions too, Imagine the number of people speeding compared to the number of speeding tickets written, we have a serious problem here. Now relax kid, no need too shout. LOL


    Here is half, I couldn't put them all on at one, too many characters.


    Lisa May Burleson: felon voting (2011)
    Alfreda Denise Bowman: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Lavern Antoinette Bowman: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Adam Charles Bromander: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Antonio Vassel Brown: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Murock Francis McLeod, Jr.: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Barbara Ann Nyhammer: double voting, absentee ballot fraud (2011)
    Missouri

    Brian Bland: voter registration fraud (2008). See States v. Bland, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2008)
    Bobbie Jean Cheeks a/k/a Dorothy Jones and Bobbie Tobert: voter registration fraud (2008). See United States v. Cheeks, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2008)
    Cowan Cortez: voter registration fraud (2008). See States v. Cortez, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2008)
    Carmen Davis: voter registration fraud (2007). See United States v. Davis, No. 07-00010-01-CR-W-FJG (2007)
    Dale D. Franklin: failure or refusal to permit casting of votes (2007). See United States v. Franklin, No. 06-00377-01-CR-W-GAF (2007)
    Brian G. Gardner: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Brian G. Gardner, No. 06-00378-01-CR-W-SOW (2007)
    Gibson Golden: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Gibson, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Marie Smith Radonna: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Smith, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Anthony M. Reliford: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Reliford, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Kwaim A. Stenson: failure or refusal to permit casting vote 2007). See United States v. Stenson, No. 06-00385-01-CR-W-GAF (2007)
    Kenneth Demond Williams: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Williams, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Tyaria L. Williams: voter registration fraud (2007). See States of America v. Williams, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    James Scherzer: double voting (2005). See United States v. Scherzer, No. 4:04-CR-00401 (2007)
    Lorraine Goodrich: double voting (2005). See United States v. Goodrich, No. 4:04-CR-00402 (2007)
    Brandon E. Jones: double voting (2005). See United States v. Jones, No. 4:05-CR-00257 (2007)
    Tammy J.Martin: double voting (2005). See States v. Martin, No. 4:05-CR-0025 (2007)
    Nonaresa Montgomery: vote fraud (2004)
    Mississippi

    Lessadolla Sowers: absentee ballot fraud (2011)
    Terrance Watts:double voting (2011)
    Kenny Ray Bowen: vote fraud (2010)
    Jasper Buggs, Sr.: vote fraud (2010)
    James Bullock: vote fraud (2010)
    Tate King: vote fraud (2010)
    Billy Street: vote fraud (2010)
    Ronnie Wilkerson: vote fraud (2010)
    Lillie Jean Norton: vote fraud (2007)
    Ada Tucker: vote fraud (2007)
    Greg Eason: vote fraud (2003) See Eason v. State, 2005 Miss. App. LEXIS 101 (2005)
    North Carolina

    Sheila Ramona Hodge: double voting (2011)
    Kierra Fontae Leach: double voting (2011)
    Brandon Earl McLean: double voting (2011)
    Lela Devonetta Murray: double voting (2011)
    Ross "Toogie" Banner: vote buying (2004). See States v. Shatley, et al., No. 5:03-CR-00035 (2004)
    Carlos Hood: vote buying (2004). See United States v. Shatley, et al., No. 5:03-CR-00035 (2004)
    Anita Moore: vote buying (2004). See United States v. Shatley, et al., No. 5:03-CR-00035 (2004)
    Valerie Moore: vote buying (2004). See United States v. Shatley, et al., No. 5:03-CR-00035 (2004)
    Wayne Shatley: vote buying (2004). See United States v. Shatley, et al., No. 5:03-CR-00035 (2004)
    Joshua Workman: non-citizen voting (2003). See States v. Workman,, No. 1:03-CR-00038 (2003)
    North Dakota
    Jamie Rodahl: double voting (2005)
    Nebraska
    Eddie Pierce: voter registration fraud (2010)
    New Hampshire
    Christopher Luke Fithian: double voting (2009)
    New Jersey
    Belkis M. Cespedes: vote fraud (2010)
    Octavio A. Dominguez: vote fraud (2010)
    Juana A. Gill: vote fraud (2010)
    Jose E. Gonzalez: vote fraud (2010)
    Lucia A. Guzman: vote fraud (2010)
    Ronald Harris: absentee ballot fraud (2010)
    Lourdes Inoa: vote fraud (2010)
    Inocencio Jimenez: vote fraud (2010)
    Rodriguez, Dalila: vote fraud (2010)
    Jose Ramon Ruiz: vote fraud (2010)
    Marty Small: vote fraud (2010)
    Ernest Storr: absentee ballot fraud (2010)
    Wilson A. Torres: vote fraud (2010)
    Ana Vely-Gomez: vote fraud (2010)
    Joaquin Caceres: tampering with ballots and fraudulently submitting ballots (2009)
    Edwin Crus: tampering with ballots and fraudulently submitting ballots (2009)
    John Fernandez: tampering with ballots and fraudulently submitting ballots (2009)
    Samuel Gonzalez: tampering with ballots and fraudulently submitting ballots (2009)
    Jonathon Kowalski: tampering with ballots and fraudulently submitting ballots (2009)
    Jihad Q. Abdullah: vote fraud (2003)
    David Callaway: vote fraud (2003)
    Toni Dixon: vote fraud ( 2003)
    Michelle Griffin: vote fraud ( 2003)
    Floyd Tally: vote fraud ( 2003)
    New Mexico

    David S. Chavez: illegally opening a ballot box (2002)
    Horacio Favela: voter registration fraud and double voting 2009)
    Vicky Martinez: election fraud (2002)
    Nevada
    Amy Adele Busefink: vote fraud (2011)
    Christopher Howell Edwards: vote fraud (2011)
    New York

    William A. McInerny: absentee ballot fraud 2011)
    John Kennedy O'Hara: lying about voting address (2001)
    Ohio

    Daniel "Tate" Hausman: illegal voting (2009)
    Yolanda Hippensteele: illegal voting (2009)
    Amy Little: illegal voting (2009)
    Jacqueline Maiden: recount fraud (2007)
    Kathleen Dreamer: recount fraud (2004)
    Oklahoma
    Darryl Cates: absentee ballot fraud (2010)
    Oregon
    Lafayette Fredrick Keaton: voter impersonation (2011)
    Pennsylvania
    Ashley L. Clarke: registration buying and voter impersonation (2009)
    Alexis Givner: voter impersonation (2009)
    Mario Grisom: vote fraud (2009)
    Eric Lee Jones: vote fraud (2009)
    Eric Eugene Jordan: vote buying (2009)
    Latasha Leann Kinney: voter impersonation (2009)
    Bryan Williams: vote fraud (2009)
    Jemar Barksdal: voter registration fraud(2008)
    Peggy Bouras: vote fraud (1999)
    Craig Cummons: absentee ballot fraud (1999)
    Shirley Hughes: vote fraud (1999)
    Austin J. Murphy: vote fraud (1999)
    Rhode Island
    Robert Costa: fraudulent voting 2004)
    Keith Costa: fraudulent voting 2004)
    Agnes Mancini: fraudulent voting (2011)
    Anthony Mancini: fraudulent voting (2011)
    South Carolina
    Christopher Campbell: election fraud (2007)
    South Dakota
    Rudolph Vargas: double voting (2005). See United States v. Vargas, 05-CR-5008 (2005)
    Becky Red-Earth Villeda: absentee ballot fraud (2003)
    Tennessee
    Brenda Woods: procuring an illegal vote (2010)
    Texas
    Pecos Trinidad Villalobos: illegally transporting ballots (2004)
    Virginia
    Troy Bernard Fobbs Sr.: illegal voting and registration fraud (2009)
    Ben Cooper: vote buying and stealing absentee ballots (2007)
    Wilson: election fraud (2000). See Wilson v. Commonwealth, 2000 Va. App. LEXIS 32 (2000)
    Washington
    Susan Reisenhoover: voter impersonation (2009)
    Brianna Rose Debwa: voter registration fraud (2007)
    Robert Edward Greene: voter registration fraud (2007)
    Tina Marie Johnson: voter registration fraud (2007)
    Clifton Eugene Mitchell: voter registration fraud (2007)
    Ryan Edward Olson: voter registration fraud (2007)
    Kendra Lynn Thill: voter registration fraud (2007)
    Jayson Lee Woods: voter registration fraud (2007)
    Wisconsin

    Kevin Clancy: voter registration fraud (2010)
    Michael Henderson: illegal voting (2010)
    Edward G.Johnson: illegal voting (2010)
    David Lewis: felon voting (2010)
    Ramon Martinez: felon voting (2010)
    Maria Miles: election fraud (2010)
    Frank Edmund Walton: voter registration fraud (2008)
    Olando Maclin: voting while disqualified 2007)
    Kimberly Prude: felon voting (2007)
    Cynthia C.Alicea: multiple voting (2005). See United States v. Alicea 2:05-CR-00168 (2005)
    Ethel M. Anderson: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Anderson 2:05-CR-00207 (2005)
    Deshawn B.Brooks: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Brooks 2:05-CR-00170 (2005)
    Theresa J. Byas: double voting (2005). See United States v. Byas 2:05-MJ-00455 (2005)
    Jiyto L.Cox: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Cox 2:05-CR-00209 (2005)
    Brian L. Davis: double voting (2005). See United States v. Davis 2:05-MJ-00454 (2005)
    Correan F. Edwards: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Edwards 2:05-CR-00211 (2005)
    Joseph J. Gooden: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Gooden, 2:05-CR-00212 (2005)
    Alexander T. Hamilton: felon voting (2005). See States v. Hamilton 2:05-CR-00171 (2005)
    Derek G. Little: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Little 2:05-CR-00172 (2005)
    Milo R. Ocasio: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Ocasio 2:05-CR-00161 (2005)
    Kimberly Prude: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Prude 2:05-CR-00162 (2005)
    Enrique C. Sanders: multiple voting (2005). See States v. Sanders 2:05-CR-00163 (2005)
    Eric L. Swift: felon voting (2005). See United States v. Swift 2:05-CR-00177 (2005)
    West Virginia

    Ralph Dale Adkins: vote buying (2006); United States v. Adkins, No. 2:04-CR-00162(2006)
    Toney "Zeke" Dingess: vote buying (2006)
    Clifford Odell "Groundhog" Vance: vote buying (2006)
    Greg Stowers: vote fraud (2006)
    Glen Dale Adkins: voting selling (2005). See United States v. Adkins, No. 05-CR-00148 (2005)
    Jackie Adkins: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Adkins, No. 2:04-CR-00162 (2005)
    Wandell Lee "Rocky" Adkins: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Adkins, No. 2:04-CR-00162 (2005)
    Perry French Harvey, Jr.: vote buying (2005). See States v. Harvey, No. 05-CR-00161 (2005)
    Mark Oliver Hrutkay: conspiracy to influence voting (2005). See United States v. Hrutkay, No. 2:04-CR-00149 (2005)
    Alvin Ray Porter, Jr.: conspiracy to influence voting (2005). See United States v. Porter, No. 2:04-CR-00145 (2005)
    Jerry Weaver: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Adkins, 2:04-CR-00162 (2005)
    Danny Ray Wells: conspiracy to influence voting (2004). See United States v. Wells, No. 02-CR-00234 (2004)
    Johnny Mendez: conspiracy to influence voting (2004). See United States v. Mendez, No. 2:04-CR-00101 (2004)
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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

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    Alabama
    Clifford Don Twilley: vote buying (2011)
    Karen Tipton Berry: absentee ballot fraud (2010)
    Gay Nell Tinker: absentee ballot fraud (2010)
    Alaska
    Rogelio Mejorada-Lopez: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Rogelio Mejorada-Lopez, No. 05-CR-074 (2005)
    Arkansas
    Robert T. Rogers: Illegally cast ballots (2006). See Baker v. Rogers, 243 SW. 3d 911 (Ark. 2006)
    Jack Crumbly: Illegal signatures on ballots, double voting, and non-resident voting (2006). See Willis v. Crumbly, 268 S.W. 3d 288 (Ark. 2006)
    Sherry Tate-Smith: absentee ballot fraud, double voting, non-resident voting (2003). See Tate-Smith v. Cupples, 134 S.W. 3d 535 (Ark. 2003)
    Arizona
    Gina Thi Canova: voter registration fraud and illegal voting (2011)
    Peter Canova: voter registration fraud and illegal voting (2011)
    Rodney Paul Jones: double voting (2011)
    Margarito Blancas: non-citizen voting (2005)
    Carlos Magallanes: non-citizen voting (2005)
    California
    Nativo Lopez: voter registration fraud (2011)
    Eloise Garcia-Mohsin: falsely filing election documents (2010)
    Mark Jacoby: voter registration fraud (2009)
    Domenica Malburg: fraudulent voting and voter registration fraud (2009)
    Leonis Malburg: aiding illegal votes and voter registration fraud (2009)
    Don Cornell Williams: voter registration fraud (2008)
    Colorado
    Shah: non-citizen voter registration (2005). See United States v. Shah, No. 04-CR-00458 (2005)
    Connecticut
    Barnaby Horton: absentee ballot fraud (2003)
    Florida
    Maurice Childress: false swearing in an election (2010)
    Greg "Charlie" Burke: voter registration fraud (2008)
    Mohsin Ali: non-citizen voting (2006). See States v. Mohsin Ali, 4:05-CR-47 (2006)
    Bennett: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Bennett, No. 04-CR-14048 (2005)
    Chaudhury: non-citizen voter registration (2006) United States v. Chaudhury, 4:04-CR-0005 (2006)
    Exavier: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Exavier, No. 04-CR-60161 (2005)
    Francois: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Francois, No. 04-CR-60159 (2005)
    Bain Knight: non-citizen voting (2005). See States v. Bain Knight, No. 04-CR-14047 (2005)
    Lubin: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Lubin, No. 04-CR-60163 (2005)
    McKenzie: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. McKenzie, Case No. 04-CR-60160 (2005)
    O'Neil: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. O'Neil, No. 04-CR-60165 (2005)
    Lloyd Palmer: non-citizen voting (2005). See States v. Lloyd Palmer, No. 04-CR-60159 (2005)
    Velrine Palmer: non-citizen voting (2005). See States v. Velrine Palmer, No. 04-CR-60162 (2005)
    Philip: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Phillip, No. 04-CR-80103 (2005)
    Rickman: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Rickman, No. 04-CR-20491 (2005)
    Shivdayal: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Shivdayal, No. 04-CR-60164 (2005)
    Sweeting: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Sweeting, No. 04-CR-20489 (2005)
    Torres-Perez: non-citizen voting (2005). See United States v. Torres-Perez, No. 04-CR-14046 (2005)
    Velasquez: non-citizen voting (2003). See United States v. Velasquez, No. 1:03-CR-20233 (2003)
    Liltovia Rhodes: false swearing in an election (2003)
    Carlos Torres: false swearing in an election (2003)
    Evangeline Williams: false swearing in an election (2003)
    Lilkevia Williams: false swearing in an election (2003)
    Richard Williams: false swearing in an election (2003)
    Kashawn John : false swearing in an election (2003)
    Gilda Oliveros: vote fraud (2003)
    Humberto Hernandez: vote fraud (1998)
    Georgia
    Nathaniel Gosha: offering to sell absentee votes and absentee ballot fraud (2004)
    Jackson Jones: buying votes (1999). See United States v. McCranie, 169 F.3d 723 (11th Cir. 1999)
    Don McCranie: buying votes (1999). See United States v. McCranie, 169 F.3d 723 (11th Cir. 1999)
    Felton Daniels Sr.: vote buying (1997)
    Leonard Eady: vote buying (1997)
    Curtis "Tap" Hamilton: vote buying (1997)
    Janice Revel: vote buying (1997)
    Steele, Gary Mark: vote buying (1997)
    Bryant W. Williams: vote buying (1997)
    George Grover Yawn: vote buying (1997)
    John Jeff Yawn: vote buying (1997)
    Idaho
    Jim Brannon: fraudulent absentee ballots, double voting and non-resident voting (2010). See Brannon v. City of Couer D'Alene CV 2009-10010 (2010)
    Iowa
    Christopher Mettin: non-citizen voting (2011)
    Patrick Lyons: felon voting (2011)
    Illinois
    Maria Azada: non-citizen voting (2011)
    Michael Collins: vote fraud (2011)
    Deidra Humphrey: voter registration fraud (2009)
    Charles Powell: vote fraud (2007)
    Kevin Ellis: vote fraud (2007)
    Yvette Johnson: vote buying (2007)
    Jesse Lewis: vote buying (2007)
    Sheila Thomas: vote buying (2007)
    Nichols: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Nichols, No. 3:05-CR-30041 (2005)
    Powell: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Powell, et al, No. 3:05-CR-30044 (2005)
    Scott: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Scott, No. 3:05-CR-3004 (2005)
    Terrance Stith: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Terrance Stith, No. 3:05-CR-30042 (2005)
    Sandra Stith: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Sandra Stith, No. 3:05-CR-30043 (2005)
    Indiana

    Charlie White: voter registration fraud (2011)
    Ricardo Alamillo: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Jose Arroyo: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Edwin Aviles: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Rachel Aviles: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Larry Battle: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Brian Berkman: voting in another precinct ( 2007)
    Tonya Bronaugh: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Raymond Carillo: voting in another precinct (2007)
    John Carlyle: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Michelle Chandler: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Dolores Croy: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Robert Crow: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Mario Del Valle: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Alicia Dunbar: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Ivan Dunbar: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Ashley Dunlap: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Ezequiel Godinez: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Florentino Guillen: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Ramon Guillen, Jr.: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Michael Harretos: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Demetreos Hasapis: voting in another precinct (2006)
    Natividad Hernandez: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Mabel Komendat: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Ronald Komendat: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Tamika Lay: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Valerie McGowan: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Alyicia Mendiola: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Antonio Mendiola: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Pedro Moro: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Mark Orosco: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Eduardo Perez: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Glenn Pitts: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Yolanda Ramirez: voting in another precinct 2007)
    Allan "Twig" Simmons: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Constance Simmons-Pedraza: voting in another precinct (2006)
    Tolbert Levones: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Armando Vera: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Arthur Vera: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Elvia Vera: voting in another precinct (2007)
    Shelly White: voting in another precinct ( 2007)
    Ponciano Herrara: voter fraud (2006)
    Terrance Law: voter fraud (2006)
    Joseph Pedraza: voting in another precinct (2006)
    Randall Artis: vote fraud (2006)
    Roy Davis: voter impersonation (2006)
    Christopher Lopez: vote fraud (2005)
    Michael Lopez: vote fraud (2005)
    Kansas

    Leslie McIntosh: double voting (2004). See United States v. McIntosh, No. 2:04-CR-20142 (2004)
    Kentucky

    Douglas C. Adams: vote buying (2010)
    Stanley Bowling: vote buying (2010)
    Charles Wayne Jones: vote buying (2010)
    R. Cletus Maricle: vote buying (2010)
    Debra L. Morris: vote buying (2010)
    William Bart Morris: vote buying (2010)
    Stivers, William: vote buying (2010)
    Freddy W. Thompson: vote buying (2010)
    Phillip Dion Slone: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Slone, 411 F.3d 643 (6th Cir. 2005)
    Loren Glenn Turner: vote fraud (2005)
    Ross Harris: vote buying (2004)
    Tyrell Matthews Braud: voter registration fraud (2003). See States v. Braud, No. 3:03-CR-0001 (2003)
    Calhoun: vote buying (2003). See United States v. Calhoun, No. 7:03-CR-00017 (2003)
    Conley: vote buying (2003). See United States v. Conley, No. 7:03-CR-00013 (2003)
    Hays: vote buying (2003). See United States v. Hays, No. 7:03-CR-00011 (2003)
    Johnson: vote buying (2003). See United States v. Johnson, No. 7:03-CR-00018 (2003)
    Madden: vote buying (2003). See United States v. Madden, No. 7:03-CR-00015 (2003)
    Todd Newport: vote buying (2011)
    Donnie Newsome: vote fraud (2003)
    Corey Page: vote buying (2011)
    Michael Page: vote buying (2011)
    Smith: vote buying (2005). See United States v. Smith, 139 Fed. Appx. 681 (2005)
    Louisiana

    Lincoln Carmouche: bribing a voter (2002)
    Larry Dauzat: vote buying (2002)
    Pamela Thibodeaux: voter registration fraud (2005). See States v. Thibodeaux, 6:03-CR-60055 (2005)
    Maine

    Delmer Terrill: multiple voting (2010)
    Massachusetts

    Fyntrilakis: non-resident voting (1999). See Fyntrilakis v. City of Springfield, 713 N.E. 2d 1007 (1999)
    Michigan

    Jason Bauer: election fraud (2011)
    Disimone: double voting (2002). See People v. Disimone, 650 N.W.2d 436 (2002)
    Adam Mucklin: felon voting (2008)
    Mike McGuinness: election fraud (2011)
    Edward Pinkney: election fraud (2007)
    Woods: election fraud (2000). See People v. Woods, 616 N.W.2d 211 (2000)
    Minnesota

    Lisa May Burleson: felon voting (2011)
    Alfreda Denise Bowman: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Lavern Antoinette Bowman: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Adam Charles Bromander: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Antonio Vassel Brown: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Murock Francis McLeod, Jr.: voting while ineligible (2011)
    Barbara Ann Nyhammer: double voting, absentee ballot fraud (2011)
    Missouri

    Brian Bland: voter registration fraud (2008). See States v. Bland, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2008)
    Bobbie Jean Cheeks a/k/a Dorothy Jones and Bobbie Tobert: voter registration fraud (2008). See United States v. Cheeks, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2008)
    Cowan Cortez: voter registration fraud (2008). See States v. Cortez, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2008)
    Carmen Davis: voter registration fraud (2007). See United States v. Davis, No. 07-00010-01-CR-W-FJG (2007)
    Dale D. Franklin: failure or refusal to permit casting of votes (2007). See United States v. Franklin, No. 06-00377-01-CR-W-GAF (2007)
    Brian G. Gardner: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Brian G. Gardner, No. 06-00378-01-CR-W-SOW (2007)
    Gibson Golden: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Gibson, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Marie Smith Radonna: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Smith, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Anthony M. Reliford: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Reliford, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Kwaim A. Stenson: failure or refusal to permit casting vote 2007). See United States v. Stenson, No. 06-00385-01-CR-W-GAF (2007)
    Kenneth Demond Williams: voter registration fraud (2007). See States v. Williams, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    Tyaria L. Williams: voter registration fraud (2007). See States of America v. Williams, No. 04:07-cr-00763 (2007)
    James Scherzer: double voting (2005). See United States v. Scherzer, No. 4:04-CR-00401 (2007)
    Lorraine Goodrich: double voting (2005). See United States v. Goodrich, No. 4:04-CR-00402 (2007)
    Brandon E. Jones: double voting (2005). See United States v. Jones, No. 4:05-CR-00257 (2007)
    Tammy J.Martin: double voting (2005). See States v. Martin, No. 4:05-CR-0025 (2007)

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    Re: ACLU Leader Says Voter ID Law Akin to Jim Crow-Era Law

    Yeah, sawyer, but other than that, how many?
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