In 2016, ACRU successfully sued Starr County, Texas for not maintaining voter rolls. It in settlement with ACRU, the county agreed to implement critical action items to remove ineligible voters from its lists. Now, once again, “politiqueras” — campaign activists paid to collect mail-in ballots from people and “encourage” them to vote a certain way—are showing up. Since our lawsuit, Starr County officials are now diligently watching for fraud, and recently found some. They are getting tips and prosecuting offenders. Thumbs up to Starr County.
Apply to register to vote in Texas and your application needs to have your original signature. Sounds reasonable? Not according to Democrats. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee have both sued the state claiming this is just downright unfair. Eric Holder, complaining bitterly about “gerrymandering” when Republicans do it, is floating $10 million in the state to make sure redistricting turns out in the Democrats’ favor. We have to wonder — how in the world do they get away with this stuff? Let’s not let them.
A well-known political family in Edinburg had seven of their own arrested for illegal voting and arraigned in a Hidalgo County Courtroom Thursday morning. Watch the October 29, 2019 video at CBS 4 Valley Central
8/12: The Texas Civil Rights Project is suing the state on behalf of two people who had their ballots rejected, claiming Texas has unconstitutional absentee ballot policies.
7/29: Four men from Starr County, Texas will see trial for voting while on felony probation in 2016.