10/3: Richard John Greenfield pleaded guilty to voting in both Arizona and Nevada during the 2016 election.
8/27: Interim state senator Bob Andrzejczak has be condemned for blocking a bill in New Jersey that would have increased the penalty for voter fraud.
8/13: The voter fraud scandal in Canton, Mississippi proves that the courts and the voters are no longer willing to tolerate voter fraud from their politicians.
8/5: Canton Alderman Andrew Grant pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit voter fraud and resigned his post.
7/31: Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill pointed to six voter fraud convictions as proof that the Southern Poverty Law Center's claim that voter fraud doesn't exist is a false claim.
6/25: Former Hoboken City Council candidate Francis Raia was convicted of voter bribery for an incident in 2013.
5/30: A third person pleaded guilty in the Hoboken cash-for-votes case, where men were accused of paying $50 for votes.
5/8: Matthew Calicchio admitted to bribing voters to sway the outcomes of two elections.
4/17: The Texas legislature is considering Senate Bill 9, which would change voter fraud from a class A misdemeanor to a felony.
4/16: Former Monroe County Deputy Brian Keith “Wormy” Hodge was given five years probation after he was convicted of hiring a drug dealer to buy votes.