Waterloo Man Pleads Guilty, Sentenced in Voter Fraud Case
Matt Schultz
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Waterloo Man Pleads Guilty, Sentenced in Voter Fraud Case


Des Moines – Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz announced that a Waterloo man was sentenced in a Black Hawk County voter fraud case last week. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) referred the case to Black Hawk County Attorney Tom Ferguson who filed the election misconduct charge.

“I want to thank County Attorney Ferguson for taking election integrity seriously,” Schultz said. “County Attorney Ferguson and DCI should be commended for their hard work.”

Anthony Mario Greer pled guilty to Election Misconduct in the 1st degree, a Class D felony, on February 27, 2014. Greer was convicted of registering to vote and voting in the 2012 general election while being a felon. He was sentenced to five years in prison in concurrence with an additional unrelated charge and a fine of $750 was imposed but suspended.

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