Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said “this case shows how serious Texas is about keeping its elections secure, and the outcome sends a message that violators of the state’s election law will be prosecuted to the fullest.”
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said “this case shows how serious Texas is about keeping its elections secure, and the outcome sends a message that violators of the state’s election law will be prosecuted to the fullest.” Associated Press Star-Telegram archives
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said “this case shows how serious Texas is about keeping its elections secure, and the outcome sends a message that violators of the state’s election law will be prosecuted to the fullest.” Associated Press Star-Telegram archives

In a case that ‘sends a message,’ mom gets eight years in prison for voting illegally

February 09, 2017 01:26 PM