My latest article concerns a Dallas politician who is being accused by a voter of improper help in filling out a mail-in ballot. The incident shines a light into the whole issue of "vote harvesting," in which susceptible voters, usually the elderly, are targeted for their votes. Voters are then "encouraged" or "helped" into voting for a certain candidate, and in some cases, ballots are outright stolen, filled out, and submitted by someone else. It has been a problem in southern Dallas for years, and every election, new accusations surface.
To read what one voter accused Dallas county commissioner candidate Elba Garcia of doing, click right here to read my article.
Friday, September 17, 2010
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
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*Hispanic Republicans Gain in Number, Influence