martes, mayo 21

Former San Luis, Arizona Mayor and current member of School District of South Yuma County and a local resident both guilty to learn sentence for Ballot Harvesting this week

YUMA, Ariz.- After last weeks mitigation hearing, the two San Luis women guilty of ballot abuse will learn their sentence today in court two years after the crime was committed.
This after the sentencing date has been pushed back countless times.
Guillermina Fuentes and Alma Juarez each pleaded guilty to a charge of ballot abuse, acknowledging they collected early ballots for people who weren’t family members, didn’t live with them or weren’t receiving care from them.
Fuentes could be facing up to 3 years probation or up to two years behind bars.
While Juarez’s conviction is a misdemeanor and under her plea agreement if she has cooperated as promised, she will be sentenced to probation.