AZ Woman Who Submitted Her Dead Mother’s Ballot Sentenced for Voter Fraud

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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  1. I get paid $109 per hour working from home. I never thought I’d be capable to do it but my best buddy makes over $30214 a month doing this and she convinced me to try. The possibility with this is endless.
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  2. Sorry too light. Anyone committing any type of voter fraud, 100K fine for each ballot, 5 yrs in jail for each ballot.

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