Election Fraud Cases – Includes Mayors, Inmates / felons. pollsters/campaigners, Commissioners, Chief of Staff, Canadian, ACORN workers, Illegals

Election Fraud Cases https://www.heritage.org/voterfraud-print/search

Norman Hall, of Los Angeles, participated in scheme to give homeless people on Skid Row cash and cigarettes in exchange for fraudulently signing ballot petition initiatives and filling out voter registration forms

Courtney Rainey, school board member, director of human and cultural needs in Canton, and 2019 judicial candidate, engaged in numerous illegal acts during the 2017 municipal election. Among others, she bought votes with cash and gift cards, and then attempted to intimidate one of the voters to stimy the criminal case against her.

Richard Howard offered homeless people cash and cigarettes in exchange for forging signatures on official petitions using the names and addresses of actual registered voters, in order to qualify several ballot measures

In the Donna School Board race, four campaign workers participated in a scheme that involved buying votes with
cocaine, cash, beer, and cigarettes.

Officials in the small town of Cudahy took part in a widespread corruption scheme that included accepting cash bribes, abusing drugs at City Hall, and throwing out absentee ballots that favored election challengers

Six Lincoln County Democrats pleaded guilty to charges of participating in a conspiracy to buy votes dating back to 1990. The indictment charged that the six conspired to buy votes in elections held in 1990, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2004 “for the purpose of selecting and electing candidates to the U.S. House of Representatives and in some instances, for the presidency and vice presidency of the U.S.” The men paid for votes in liquor and cash, typically $20 per vote, and handed out slates listing preferred candidates

Johnny “Big John” Mendez, former Logan County Sheriff, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to buy votes. Mendez bought votes for himself and a member of the state House of Delegates, making cash payments and offering more money to heads of households who could deliver the votes of all the eligible voters living at a given residence.

Minnie Saulsberry pleaded guilty to both conspiracy to commit voter fraud and voter fraud after she traded beer, gas, and cash for votes in a run-off election for Tallahatchee County supervisor.

Ahhh, but no voter fraud the media says.

YEAR NAME TYPE OF CASE TYPE OF FRAUD – VIA: https://www.heritage.org/voterfraud/search

Election Fraud Cases
Arizona 2020 Randy Allen Jumper Criminal Conviction Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots, Duplicate Voting
Randy Allen Jumper voted twice in the 2016 general election. He voted by absentee ballot in Arizona and again by absentee ballot in Nevada. He pleaded guilty to attempted illegal voting, a class 6 felony. He was sentenced to two years probation, fined $5,000, and is barred from voting in Arizona.

Source: bit.ly/3hZNpdt, bit.ly/2WCYBDI

California 2020 April Atilano Criminal Conviction False Registrations

April Atilano, of Monterey County, pleaded guilty to 6 counts of felony voter fraud for falsifying voter registration forms. Atilano falsified a number of voter registration cards by changing party affiliation and forging signatures. The forms were submitted to the Madera County Registrar of Voters in July 2019. Atilano was sentenced to one year in prison and three years probation.

Source: bit.ly/2yDuzGY

California 2020 Jentry Jasperson Criminal Conviction Ballot Petition Fraud

Jentry Jasperson, of Pacifica, forged signatures for a referendum iniative and paid a $5 fee per signature. She was reported to have forged over 100 signatures, 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 signing 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.

 

Source: bit.ly/38Zlvtc , bit.ly/32qs5pX , Case no. 18-NF-002566-B

California 2020 Bradley Jasperson Criminal Conviction Ballot Petition Fraud

Bradley Jasperson, of Pacifica, forged signatures for a referendum initiative and was paid a $5 fee per signature. He was reported to have forged over 100 signatures, 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 signing 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.

 

Source: bit.ly/38Zlvtc , bit.ly/32qs5pX, Case no. 18-NF-002566-A

California 2020 Norman Hall Criminal Conviction Ballot Petition Fraud

Norman Hall, of Los Angeles, participated in scheme to give homeless people on Skid Row cash and cigarettes in exchange for fraudulently signing ballot petition initiatives and filling out voter registration forms. These crimes took place during both the 2016 and 2018 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 100 hours of community service.

 

Source: nbcnews.to/38eXj4M , bit.ly/2VFtk3f

California2020Richard HowardCriminal ConvictionBuying Votes, Ballot Petition Fraud

Richard Howard was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake signatures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms. This resulted in hundreds of fraudulent signatures. 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.

 

Source: bit.ly/3kUNeSa, bit.ly/314Q6Us

California2020Louis WiseCriminal ConvictionBuying Votes, Ballot Petition Fraud

Louis Wise was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake signatures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms. This resulted in hundreds of fraudulent signatures. 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 16 months in state prison and three years of formal probation.

 

Source: bit.ly/3kUNeSa, bit.ly/314Q6Us

California2020Christopher WilliamsCriminal ConvictionBuying Votes, Ballot Petition Fraud

Christopher Williams was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake signatures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms. This resulted in hundreds of fraudulent signatures. He pleaded no contest to one felony count of circulating an initiative or petition containing false, forged or fictitious names. Williams was sentenced to 3 years’ probation.

 

Source: bit.ly/3kUNeSa, bit.ly/314Q6Us

California2020Nickey HuntleyCriminal ConvictionBuying Votes, Ballot Petition Fraud

Nickey Huntley was involved in a scheme that offered cigarettes and money to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for fake signatures on ballot initiatives and voter registration forms. This resulted in hundreds of fraudulent signatures. He pleaded no contest to one felony count of circulating an initiative or petition containing false, forged or fictitious names. Huntley was sentenced to 3 years’ probation. 

 

Source: bit.ly/3kUNeSa, bit.ly/314Q6Us

Louisiana2020Delores “Dee” HandyCriminal ConvictionIllegal “Assistance” At The Polls

Delores “Dee” Handy, of Crowley was found guilty of failing to mark a ballot as instructed when assisting an eldery voter, a misdemeanor. She is schedule to be sentenced on September 24, 2020. The potential penalty for this crime is one year imprisonment, a fine up to $1,000, or both.

 

Source: bit.ly/2FE2F1h

New Mexico2020Dyon HerreraCriminal ConvictionFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

Dyon Hererra, of Espanola, conspired with Laura Seeds to falsify absentee ballots in support of Seeds’ husband’s candidacy for mayor in 2016. Hererra forged the signatures of his grandparents on absentee ballots. The candidate that he casted the ballots in favor of won the race by two votes. Herrera was charged with conspiracy to violate the municipal election code of Espanola, a fourth degree felony, and pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 18 months probation.

 

Source: bit.ly/2vrkETH , bit.ly/39jnN6p, Case no. D-117-CR-201800047

New Mexico2020Laura SeedsCriminal ConvictionFraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

Laura Seeds, of Espanola, conspired with Dyon Herrera to falsify several absentee ballots in favor of Seeds’ husband, a city councilman who was running for mayor in 2016. Seeds was charged with two counts of making false statements relative to the municipal election code, one count of conspiracy to violate the municipal election code, and ten counts of possession of another person’s absentee ballot. Seeds was found guilty of two counts of making false statements relative to the municipal election code and two counts of possession of another person’s absentee ballot, which are all fourth degree felonies. She was sentenced to six months of house arrest, followed by five years of supervised probation.

 

Source: bit.ly/2VC4Sjo , bit.ly/3csaC5f, Case no. D-117-CR-201800048

Virginia2020Lauren Creekmore PeabodyCriminal ConvictionBallot Petition Fraud

Lauren C. Peabody, of Virginia Beach, worked as a campaign staffer for the GOP candidate in the 2nd Congressional District of VA. In that role, she signed off on petition signatures, that she did not witness, to get Shaun Brown, a Democrat, on the ballot as an Independent in order to take away votes from the Democratic nominee (her boss’s main opponent). The signatures were forgeries of deceased individuals and former residents. She was charged with two counts of election fraud and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of “willful neglect of election duty.” She received a 12-month suspended sentence based on a year of good behavior and was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

 

Source: bit.ly/3cwtb7A

West Virginia2020Tess Alayna BishopCriminal ConvictionIneligible Voting

Tess Bishop, of Salt Lake City, UT,voted “unlawfully and knowingly” in a Harper’s Ferry municipal election where her father, Wayne Bishop, was elected mayor by a margin of 14 votes. Bishop was charged with one count of illegal voting, and pled guilty to the charge. She was sentenced to 3 days of incarceration, that could be served by completing 24 hours of community service, and ordered to pay all court fees.

 

Source: bit.ly/2voiHqT , bit.ly/2VxoXHw

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