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Texas man sentenced for threatening Maricopa Co. election officials

A Texas man was sentenced Thursday to three and a half years in prison by a federal judge for threatening two Maricopa County officials and their families in connection with the 2022 election.

Federal court records show Frederick Francis Goltz, 52, of Lubbock, died on April 21, including Republican officials, county registrar Stephen Richer, county attorney’s office civil affairs director Tom Liddy, and poll workers. pleaded guilty to one count of interstate threatening communications targeting

Federal District Judge James Wesley Hendricks, appointed by former President Donald Trump, sentenced Goltz to 42 months in prison and three years of supervised release.

Goltz’s threats took place in Lubbock County between July and November 23, 2022, according to court documents.

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