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Texas Scorecard by Erin Anderson May 22, 2020

Amid Democrat lawsuits to expand vote-by-mail, a local citizen’s complaint leads to an investigation of possible illegal mail-ballot harvesting in a Democrat primary.

State officials are launching an investigation into alleged voter fraud after receiving a citizen complaint about mail-ballot harvesting in Harris County.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office notified local resident Colleen Vera earlier this week they are taking action on her election complaint, filed with the Texas Secretary of State’s office in April.

Paxton’s probe comes as his office is fighting two lawsuits filed by the Texas Democrat Party using the coronavirus as an excuse to allow everyone to vote by mail.

Vera’s complaint documents that “people with prior forgery convictions picked up large batches of ballot by mail applications for local campaigns and a number of voted ballots were marked identically,” said SOS Director of Elections Keith Ingram when he referred the matter to OAG earlier this month.

A video first made public by watchdog group Direct Action Texas, showing what appeared to be illegal mail-ballot harvesting in Harris County’s 2018 Democrat primary, prompted Vera’s research.


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