Ernest Storr of Linwood also pleaded guilty to committing absentee ballot fraud while working for the 2008 campaign of then-incumbent Mayor Scott Evans, according to Attorney General Paula Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor.
Another Small campaign associate, Ronald Harris, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit absentee ballot fraud on Oct. 13 of last year.
The 44-year old Storr pleaded guilty today to two counts of third-degree absentee ballot fraud before Superior Court Judge James E. Isman in Atlantic County.
On March 10, 2011, jurors in the Atlantic City voter fraud case are about to enter a third day of deliberations.
The jurors asked the judge for a copy of his lengthy instructions to them on the law governing the case. A decision on whether they will get it, and in what form, will be made Thursday morning.
The jury must decide whether Councilman Marty Small and five co-defendants tried to steal the 2009 Democratic mayoral primary by tampering with or mishandling absentee ballots designed for voters too sick or confined to make it to the polls on Election Day.
Small was acquitted of similar charges in 2006 involving a mayoral election in which he was not a candidate.