How many times have you heard concerns of voter fraud be dismissed by politicians, media pundits, or the Democrat Party of Texas?
In 2012, the Donna ISD school board president hung himself after the FBI pressed for an indictment on grounds that he stole his election using fraud.
In 2015, six people were convicted of felony voter fraud in Hildalgo County, Texas for harvesting mail in ballots fraudulently in several local elections.
In the 2016 Republican primary in Hill County, Texas, election officials claimed 9,038 ballots were cast, yet only 7,171 voters actually voted in that election. There were 1,800 votes counted with no voters to go with them, and on that very ballot three races were determined by less that 70 votes.
In 2017, Rosa Ortega (a legal resident) was convicted and sentenced to 8 years in Tarrant County, Texas after she illegally voted for 10 years, although she is not a citizen of the US. The very same year, an Ellis County, Texas constable was removed from office and convicted for having stolen his election using fraud.
In 2018, Tarrant County convicted a felon of illegal voting after she intentionally voted after having been told, in writing, she was not eligible to do so. Just last week, a judge ordered a new election in Kaufman County, Texas after it was shown in court that fraudulent ballots were improperly counted. I could continue, the list is long – and these are just Texas.