voter fraud

Texas Matters
2:51 pm
Mon October 29, 2012

Greg Abbott Threatens Election Observers, Texas Education in Court and Hangings in Gainsville

Early voting locations like this one at Brook Hollow Library in North San Antonio have been busy since early voting began earlier this week.
Chris Eudaily TPR News

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is threatening an international democracy observer group with criminal charges if they interfere with Texas election locations. The education system in Texas is on trial this week to answer the question: Is the present system violating the state’s constitution? 150 years ago there was a hanging in Gainesville that claimed the lives of 40 men.

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Fronteras Desk
1:27 pm
Thu October 11, 2012

Voter Fraud, NAFTA 20 Years Later And Maria Berriozabal

Bill Jordan in his company's Mexicali plant.
Jude Joffe-Block Fronteras

A look at how widespread election fraud really is -  who is trying to stop voter fraud and how they’re doing it. The complex collaborations between manufacturers on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. Texas Public Radio’s David Martin Davies speaks with San Antonio trailblazer Maria Berriozabal about her new memoir, leadership and overcoming discrimination.

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