Past Election Fraud In Nevada and Arizona, That Liberal Media Failed reporting On. Part 3

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In the State of Nevada, back in 2017, Renaldo Johnson was convicted of Ballot Petition Fraud.
In summary, Renaldo Johnson of Las Vegas pleaded guilty to one felony offense for submitting a falsified petition. Johnson indicted on multiple charges related to submitting fake ballot signatures to have Jill Stein, a Green Party presidential candidate, on the state’s ballot. Johnson awaits sentencing.

In Nevada back in 2016, Tina Marie Parks convicted for False Registrations.
In summary, Tina Marie Parks pleaded guilty to one felony voter registration offense. Parks initially charged with 11 felony offenses for having improperly completed others’ voter registration forms. Parks sentenced to 19_48 months in prison.

In Nevada, back in 2014, Biqui Diana Parra Rodriguez, convicted of False Registrations, Duplicate voting. In summary, Las Vegas resident Biqui Diana Parra Rodriguez illegally obtained personal information of Mary Lou Aguirre and falsely registered to vote under her name in 2011 and 2012. Rodriguez was caught through photo ID cards and facial recognition software that identified the two IDs she had obtained under different names. She ultimately pleaded guilty to two felony counts of voter registration fraud and identity theft.

In Nevada, back in 2014, Hortencia Segura-Munoz was convicted of Ineligible Voting, False Registrations. In summary, Hortencia Segura-Munoz, an illegal immigrant living in Washoe County, Nevada, registered to vote under a false name and cast ballots in the 2008 and 2010 Nevada elections. She was convicted and sentenced to time served (103 days in jail) and $1,000 in costs and fees.

In Nevada, back in 2013, Roxanne Rubin, convicted of duplicate voting.
In summary, Roxanne Rubin, a casino worker in Las Vegas, was arrested in 2012 after trying to vote twice. She pleaded guilty and ordered to pay $2,481 in restitution to the state and perform 100 hours of community service.

In Nevada, back in 2011, Amy Adele Busefink and Christopher Howell Edwards, convicted of false registrations. In summary, Amy Adele Busefink and Christopher Howell Edwards, two senior ACORN executives, were convicted of election fraud connected with a voter registration scheme in which employees were paid a bonus to register voters. Busefink received a two-year suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay a $4,000 fine and perform 100 community service hours.

In Arizona, back in 2020, Randy Allen Jumper, convicted of fraudulent use of absentee ballots, duplicated voting. In summary, Randy Allen Jumper voted twice in the 2016 general election. He voted by absentee ballot in Arizona and again by absentee ballot in Nevada. He pleaded guilty to attempted illegal voting, a class 6 felony. He was sentenced to two years probation, fined $5,000, and barred from voting in Arizona.

In Arizona, back in 2019, Richard John Greenfield Convicted of Duplicate Voting. In summary, Richard Greenfield voted twice in the 2016 election. He voted in person in Arizona and again in Nevada. Greenfield pleads guilty to one felony count of Attempted Illegal Voting. He was sentenced to two years’ probation, ordered to complete 100 hours of community restitution, and fined $4,575.

In Arizona, back in 2016, David Milton Culberson Convicted of Duplicate Voting. In summary, David Culberson pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. He received a fine of $4,575 and 117 hours of community service.

In Arizona, back in 2016, Adam Bruce Hallin, convicted of Duplicate Voting. In summary, Adam Hallin pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. He received a fine of $4,575 and ordered to perform 180 hours of community service.

In Arizona, back in 2016, John David Hamrick, convicted of duplicate voting. In summary, John Hamrick pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. The court fined him $2,500 and associated court fees, ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service, and placed him on six months of unsupervised probation.

In Arizona, back in 2016, Gerald Bernard Sack, convicted of duplicate voting. In summary, Gerald Sack pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. The court fined him $2,500 and associated court fees, ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service, and placed him on 12 months of supervised probation.

In Arizona, in 2016, Steven Jeffrey Streeter convicted of duplicate voting; in summary, Steven Streeter pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. He was fined $5,000, ordered to complete 100 hours of community service, and placed on two months of probation.

In Arizona, in 2016, Jay Sherill Thompson, convicted of duplicate voting. In summary, Jay Thompson pleaded guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. The court fined him $2,500 and ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service.

In Arizona 2016, Franklin West Turner, convicted of duplicate voting. In summary, Franklin Turner plead guilty to attempting to vote twice during the 2012 general election. He was fined $9,183 and ordered to perform 200 hours of community service.

In Arizona, in 2015, Jeffery Worth Hitchcock, convicted of duplicate voting. In summary, Jeffery Hitchcock pleads guilty to attempted duplicate voting during the 2012 general election. A judge fined him $2,500 and sentenced him to 100 hours of community service and one year of unsupervised probation.

In Arizona, back in 2015, Mary Patricia Gregerson, convicted of duplicate voting. In summary, Mary Patricia Gregerson voted twice in the 2012 general election. She voted in Arizona and again in Indiana. She was found guilty of duplicate voting and sentenced to 100 hours of community service, and fined $4,575.

In Arizona, back in 2015, Regina Kay Beaupre, convicted of Duplicate Voting. In summary, Regina Beaupre pleaded guilty to voting twice in the same election, once in Arizona, and once in Michigan. She was fined $9,150 and given 12 months’ probation.

In Arizona, back in 2014, Debi Gangaware Fender was convicted of Duplicate Voting. In summary, Debi Fender attempted to vote twice during the 2010 general election. She pleaded guilty and received a fine of $2,500.

In Arizona, back in 2014, Milton Fender, convicted of Duplicate Voting. In summary, Milton Fender pleaded guilty to attempting to vote twice in the 2010 general election. He received a fine of $2,500 and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service.

In Arizona, back in 2014, Shanna Katz Kattari, convicted of duplicate voting. In summary, Shanna Katz Kattari was charged with false registration, perjury, and illegal voting. She ultimately pleaded guilty to one count of illegal voting. A judge fined her $4,575, ordered her to 67 hours of community service, and placed her on two months of unsupervised probation.


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