Think Progress has a new post entitled: Texas Had ‘Fewer Than Five’ Voter Impersonation Cases Over Three Years. But that headline implies that at least one of these cases had merit. But there were only five complaints, and some or maybe even all such complaints are without merit. Think of those “dead” South Carolina voters.
The San Antonio Express-News, reported that: “The Texas attorney general’s office did not give the outcome of the four illegal voting complaints that were filed. Only one remains pending, according to agency records.”
Better headline, at least until the AG’s office releases more info: Texas Had Perhaps ZERO Voter Impersonation Cases Over Three Years.