Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Friday that the state had uncovered 95,000 non-nationals on 1996 voters lists, 58,000 of whom voted in at least one Texas election – a message likely to raise new concerns about
Texas has some of the toughest laws to identify voters in the nation and is one of the main battlefields in the struggle against Republicans against alleged voters' fraud. A statement from the Office says 33 people have been prosecuted for voter fraud last year, and 97 have been prosecuted between 2005 and 17. There are 16 million people in Texas registered to vote.
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The New York Times reported that the findings were the result of an 1
"I support the Prosecutor's Office where appropriate, and the state will work on legislation to protect itself from these unlawful practices," Abbott said. THE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION
The disclosure is likely to have national implications and will trigger a debate and the role of voter fraud. In 2017, President Trump established a commission to investigate allegations of voter fraud in the 2016 election. In the end, however, he was removed from Trump after the group met with lawsuits, opposition from countries, and struggle between its members.
Trump said at that time that Democrats refused to pass on data because they know that many people vote illegally. "The Democrats have rejected allegations of fraud by voters and accused Republicans of trying to deprive minority voters of narrow voices about the identity of voters, as a pretext for suppressing legitimate voices, we are naturally skeptical."
Paxton's Office noted , that in recent years there have been a number of convictions for the voters' fraud in the state, including a charge against a non-citizen this month as illegal. .