President Donald Trump published Sunday misleading statistics on voter fraud, claiming that nearly 60,000 non-citizens voted in Texas and that 95,000 non-citizens were registered to vote in the state.
"These figures are only the tip of the Iceberg Trump writes on Twitter. "Tight followed a segment for Fox and Friends for an election report in Texas on potential voters in the UK, non-citizens who have been registered to vote, but the statements of Trump and the show do not exactly reflect the findings announced by the Texas authorities on Friday
Statement by Texas Election Director Keith Ingram before the election administrators said Ministry of Education State security has provided information about people who provide documentation to the department "showing that the person is not a United States citizen" on receipt of a driver's license or ID card
These data are compared to voter registration lists, US Secretary of State David Whitley issued a statement Friday saying his office had signaled about 95,000 potential non-citizens who "have a coincidence of voter registration in Texas," 58 000 of whom have voted in one of the more Texas elections since 1996. and the efficiency of the elections in Texas requires accuracy in our country's electoral rolls, and my office is committed to using all available tools under the law to maintain a precise list of registered voters, "Whitley said in the statement.  LOS ANGELES, CA – 8 NOVEMBER: Horace Higgins voted at the Skid Row Ladies Center for Taxation in Los Angeles , California, on November 8, 2016. (Photo: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times through Getty Images)