Arizona Woman Charged With Voter Fraud!

( The Democrats keep on telling us that voter fraud didn’t happen in the last election, but the evidence keeps proving otherwise. A woman from Arizona was indicted by a state grand jury on charges of casting a ballot on behalf of her dead mother in the 2020 presidential election.

On Monday, Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich revealed that Tracey Kay McKee was charged with perjury and illegal voting on May 4. The revelations come after an investigation from the Elections Integrity Unit.

According to the indictment, which you can read in full here, McKee willingly cast a vote on behalf of her dead mother between October 7 and November 3 last year. The vote was cast in Maricopa County, the most populous county in the entire state and currently the focus of an unprecedented forensic election audit designed to determine whether fraud influenced the results of the last election.

The complaint says that McKee made a “false unsworn declaration” and violated state law.

Attorney Brnovich revealed how McKee signed the name of her dead mother on a ballot paper documents, who passed away on October 5 last year, under the penalty of perjury.

McKee pleaded not guilty to the charges and she is expected to go before the court again on August 11. She is being prosecuted by Arizona Assistant Attorney General Todd Lawson.

According to the EIU, which was established in 2019 by the Arizona state legislature to investigate instances of voter fraud, said that there are five criminal cases related to election fraud ongoing right now. The agency is continuing to work on a number of other civil and criminal complaints that were made following the 2020 presidential election.

So much for the 2020 election being the most “secure” election in history, right?