On Monday, an Arizona woman who agreed to plead guilty, was sentenced for committing voter fraud in the November 2020 general elections.
As the AZ Free News explains, the woman committed a Class 6 felony by signing and submitting a ballot on behalf of her deceased mother:
“The woman, 56-year-old Krista Michelle Conner of Cochise County, had her voter registration revoked, must pay $890 in fines, and serve 100 hours of community service. Conner submitted the ballot mailed to her mother, Caroline Jeanne Sullivan, who’d died one month before. That crime qualifies as a class 6 felony.”
While the conviction is the latest in a string such voter fraud cases, Governor Doug Ducey and a Mohave County judge have thwarted recent efforts to clean up voter rolls and to put an end to no-excuse mail-in ballots.
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