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8 Texas counties list more voters than residents

From Watchdog.org, By  September 2, 2015 –

No law prevents localities from having more registered voters than voting-age residents, and eight Texas counties do.

Now a vote-watch group accuses the counties of violating the National Voting Rights Act by failing to purge dead, duplicate and ineligible voters.

Watchdog.org photo FIGHTING INFLATION: True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht threatens legal action if counties don’t purge their bloated voter-registration rolls

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FIGHTING INFLATION: True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht threatens legal action if counties don’t purge their bloated voter-registration rolls

“We are deeply concerned (that) voter rolls contain substantial numbers of ineligible voters,” True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht stated in a letter to the eight Texas counties.

The counties — Loving, Brooks, McMullen, Roberts, Irion, Jim Hogg, Culberson and Polk — list a combined 52,298 registered voters.

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