Arizona School Board Member Indicted for Ballot Harvesting Voter Fraud in Yuma County
Two San Luis, Arizona women are charged with ballot harvesting.
state grand jury has decided to indict two women in Arizona’s Yuma County for voter fraud, with an affidavit alleging they participated in illegal “ballot harvesting” of mail-in ballots.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that Guillermina Fuentes and Alma Yadira Juarez are charged with one count of ballot abuse, a class six felony in the state. An affidavit alleges that Fuentes and Yadira possessed and delivered four mail-in ballots to a voting precinct at one time in contravention of state law. Under Arizona law, only a member of a person’s household may deliver their ballot to a precinct center for them.
One of the accused currently serves as a school board member for Gadsden Elementary in Yuma.