Woman Convicted of 26 Counts of Felony Voter Fraud in Texas | Facts Matter
Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton announced that his agency has convicted a Texas woman of 26 counts of voter fraud.
Specifically, according to an official statement that came from the Texas Attorney General’s office Election Integrity Unit, a woman who formerly served as a deputy registrar in southeast Texas pleaded guilty to 26 felony counts of voter fraud—voter fraud that she committed, reportedly, on behalf of a local corporation.
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