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Voter Fraud

AG Pax­ton Announces Sig­nif­i­cant Vot­er Fraud Ini­tia­tive and Offers Assis­tance in Address­ing Starr Coun­ty Vot­er Fraud

“It is an honor that District Attorney Escobar invited my office to assist him with both enforcement and education. We will do everything within our abilities and resources to solidify trust in the voting process, and we hope that Chairman Hughes will consider important legal remedies to this state-wide issue,” Attorney General Paxton said. “Voting for our elected leaders is a solemn right the American people hold. We must protect the integrity of that process.”

February 05, 2018

Attor­ney Gen­er­al Pax­ton’s Office to Pros­e­cute Two South Texas Men for Vot­er Fraud

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Criminal Prosecutions Division will prosecute Brownsville residents Jose A. Garza and Rafael Elizondo, who were indicted for possessing marked ballots without the consent of the voter, in violation of Section 86.006 of the Texas Election Code.

March 18, 2015