State prosecutors say Lorin C. Schneider of Carver, Massachusetts cast a ballot he shouldn't have in Manchester.
Assistant Attorney General Stephen Labonte says Schnieder once lived in Manchester, and came to the attention of authorities after he was seen voting in Ward 9 by someone who knew him, and knew he lived out of state.
According to Labonte, this wasn’t the first time Schneider wrongfully voted here.
"We also believe additional charges will be brought for voting in past elections, the 2012 presidential primary and the 2008 general election."
Wrongful voting is a class B felony that carries a maximum sentence of 3 ½ to 7 years in prison and a $4000 fine.