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Democratic Party boss takes a hit in Texas vote-fraud case

By   /  October 15, 2015  /  News, Texas, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

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A client of Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa is facing 16 criminal charges of rigging votes in a Rio Grande Valley election.

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Valley vote-fraud figure files ‘zero’ financials

By   /  August 31, 2015  /  News, Texas, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

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A Weslaco city commissioner, Lupe Rivera, at the center of an election-fraud case listed no political contributions or expenses in his latest campaign finance report.

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Democratic Party boss stalls election, ‘disenfranchises voters’

By   /  July 29, 2015  /  News, Texas, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments photo

After beating state Democratic Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa in court, an election law attorney says South Texas’ tide of corruption is turning. But slowly.

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‘Doping the vote’ in South Texas triggers federal indictments

By   /  July 17, 2015  /  News, Texas, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

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Shady ballot brokers are “doping the vote” in the Rio Grande Valley, an election-watch group says. Now the FBI is on the case.

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McAuliffe’s choice: Fair or flawed elections

By   /  March 17, 2015  /  News, Virginia, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

ELECTION INTEGRITY: Gov. Terry McAuliffe has three vote-reform bills on his desk awaiting his signature or veto.

Republicans are challenging Gov. Terry McAuliffe to sign three election-integrity bills. If McAuliffe follows fellow Democrats who voted against two of the bills at the General Assembly, the governor could whip out his veto pen.

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In Selma, Obama touts questionable ‘voter suppression’ narrative

By   /  March 10, 2015  /  Alabama, Mississippi, National, News, Politics & Elections, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

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Democrats, who generally fight voter ID laws due to concerns of disenfranchisement of poorer voters, argue the threat of voter fraud is overblown.

Tell that to residents of such cities as Marion and Greensboro, West Alabama municipalities in which such fraud has proved pervasive over the years.

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