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Over 20 cases of Arizona voter fraud documented by Heritage Foundation


By Michael Carroll | Oct 6, 2019

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More than 20 people have been found guilty of election or voter fraud in Arizona since the year 2000, according to a Heritage Foundation database that details such cases nationwide.

The locations where voter fraud was committed in the state included Mohave, Maricopa and Pima counties, the database shows.

The types of voter fraud identified in the database include ineligible voting, duplicate voting, absentee ballot fraud, the purchasing of votes, impersonation fraud while voting, ballot petition illegalities, altering vote counts and fraudulent registrations.

Nationwide, the analysis uncovered 1,217 instances of voter fraud, including more than 1,000 criminal convictions and 48 civil penalties.


Proven Instances of Arizona Voter Fraud Since 2000

NameType of CaseType of Fraud
David Milton CulbersonCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Adam Bruce HallinCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
John David HamrickCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Gerald Bernard SackCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Steven Jeffrey StreeterCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Jay Sherill ThompsonCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Franklin West TurnerCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Regina Kay BeaupreCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Jeffery Worth HitchcockCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Debi Gangaware FenderCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Milton FenderCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Shanna Katz KattariCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Edward Thomas NicholsCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Curtis Vernon PyeattCriminal ConvictionIneligible voting
Tom Lee WestCriminal ConvictionIneligible voting
Sheriff Michael David HaysCriminal ConvictionFalse registrations
Gina Thai CanovaCriminal ConvictionFalse registrations
Peter CanovaCriminal ConvictionFalse registrations
Rodney Paul JonesCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
John MarottaCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Karen MarshallCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
James MarshallCriminal ConvictionDuplicate voting
Source: Heritage Foundation

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