The New York Daily News reports:
An Arizona woman who voted on behalf of her dead mother in the 2020 general election has dodged jail time.
Tracey Kay McKee was sentenced on Friday to two years’ felony probation, fines and community service, after Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Margaret LaBianca rejected a prosecutor’s request that she serve at least 30 days in jail for lying to investigators.
The 64-year-old, who now lives in California, sobbed while she waited for the judge to deliver her punishment, claiming she was only grieving the loss of her mother, Mary Arendt, at the time.
Read the full article. It’s not clear who McKee voted for (yeah) but she and her late mother were both registered Republicans.
Tracey Kay McKee, an Arizona woman who voted on behalf of her dead mother in the 2020 general election, has been sentenced to two years’ felony probation, fines and community service.https://t.co/OQtCpqd5mr
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) April 30, 2022