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AG: Tucson man voted twice in 2016 election

TUCSON – A Tucson man has been charged with illegally voting in the 2016 election, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office.

Randy Allen Jumper, 61, voted in Pima County after voting in Washoe County, Nevada, according to the AG’s office.

Jumper signed a declaration stating, “I am a registered voter in Pima County Arizona, I have not voted and will not vote in this election in any other county or state, I understand that knowingly voting more than once in any election is a […] felony,” according to the AG’s office.

He was charged with 2 counts of Illegal Voting and 1 count of Perjury, according to the AG’s office.

The Arizona Secretary of State’s office referred the case to the AG for review in 2018.

Sam Salzwedel

Sam Salzwedel is an investigative reporter at News 4 Tucson – KVOA.

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