According to a release from the United States Attorney Eastern of Arkansas, the indictment alleges Shoffner, 69, used $9,800 of campaign funds from her re-election campaign for personal use.
The checks were mailed for payments to a personal Wells Fargo credit card from Nov. 25, 2010 to Oct. 9, 2011, the indictment states.
The 10 counts are in addition to a multitude of other charges she is facing, which include six counts of extortion under color of official right, one count of attempted extortion and seven counts of receipt of a bribe by an agent of a state government receiving federal funds.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation ArkTrust Public Corruption Task Force conducted the investigation.
Mail fraud carries a possible sentence of no more than 20 years in jail and/or no more than a $250,000 fine with not more than three years of supervised release.