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Manchester Man Pleads Guilty In Voter Fraud Case

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A Manchester man has pleaded guilty to voter fraud.

 Attorney General Joe Foster says Derek Castonguayknowingly gave his previous addresses to election officials in Windham and Salem so he could vote in those two towns on Election Day 2014.

Following his guilty plea Friday, Castonguay received a 12 month suspended sentence, plus a $1000 fine and penalties.

He also lost his right to vote.

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