The former Democrat Party chair of Stamford, Connecticut, was sentenced Monday to two years of probation and $35,000 in fines after being found guilty in an absentee ballot fraud case from the 2015 elections.
According to the Tennessee Star, Superior Court Judge Kevin Randolph, who found John Mallozzi guilty during his trial last month on 14 counts each of charges of forgery and making false statements in absentee ballots – both felonies, sentenced him to two years of probation and $35,000 in fines.
Assistant State’s Attorney Laurence Tamaccio argued when Mallozzi was chair of the Democrat Party in Stamford; he signed absentee ballot applications and envelopes containing the ballots for people who were not aware he had done so.
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