Obtain/Operate vehicles with illegal ID
No problem...er...problemo... here in old Washington, we give illegals drivers licenses, tell police don't ask-don't tell, , have bank loans etc. /s
All elected officials, in their capacity as fiduciaries of public monies, are required, by law, to be bonded. The express purpose of bonding is to protect the public's money. Each state sets their own regulations. Now, say public funds went missing and the public official failed to get bond coverage; the state would have no way to recover that money other than restitution through a criminal prosecution. If, it is determined a public official broke the law by failing to apply for bond coverage, that could be an actionable offense.
Public entities that mandate bonding include: Municipalities, counties, townships, school districts, ambulance districts, volunteer fire departments, community college districts, public universities, transit authorities, landfills, sewage treatment facilities, public works maintenance facilities, airports.
Concerns here center on instances when elected officials allowed government agencies to misuse tax dollars-----allowing illegal using phony documentation to get government benefits, to vote in elections for public bond issues...........this is an example of fiduciary negligence, and could violate the state's bonding regulations, and the bonding requirements of the carrier.
Now, if a public official with bonding had previous financial problems---perhaps a bankruptcy or a job loss for financial improprieties, etc---that they failed to reveal to bonding agents, that might subject them to legal penalties.