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Also in 2015, Hazel Woodard of Fort Worth pleaded guilty to impersonation fraud; Woodard had been a candidate for Democratic precinct chair who had her teenage son vote for her husband at the polls out of concern the elder Woodard wouldn’t make it to the polls, the foundation says.
The gig was up, according to the foundation, after the dad showed up to vote after all. Other resources indicate there’s not much there there.
12, 2012, gathered allegations through public information requests, news accounts and court records.
According to the project’s website, the students included all cases "that had reached some level of official action: That is, someone was charged, an investigation was opened, a specific accusation was made against a named person." All told, News21 determined that 37 of the 104 Texas allegations were made against voters.
Abbott offers no backup Abbott didn’t respond to our request for elaboration. But generally, the prevalence of voter fraud has widely been doubted.
In 2013, for instance, a chart provided by then-AG Abbott showed 18 convictions, no-contest pleas or guilty pleas on voter fraud charges from 2002 through 2012.
Obama otherwise called it important for conference participants to study ways of redesigning "our systems" to step up voter turnout.
But we did learn of the 2015 case of Rosa Maria Ortega, charged with illegally voting in 20.
A Tarrant County grand jury indicted Ortega for illegally voting in five Dallas County elections dating from 2005 through May 2014, according to a Nov. The story said she’d allegedly registered to vote by swearing incorrectly that she was a citizen and it quoted Sharen Wilson, the Tarrant County criminal district attorney, saying: "This is a big deal.
Some argue that it is necessary to counteract the Coalition For Marriage, which is pressuring Tory MPs to oppose the measure.
Former Minister Nick Herbert is being primed by No 10 insiders to lead any Tory pro-gay marriage movement.