Texas County Hit With Lawsuit for Concealing Records of Noncitizens Registered to Vote

Posted on March 30, 2018

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Harris County refused to allow an election integrity group to inspect their voter rolls

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A Texas county has been hit with a lawsuit for concealing records in relation to noncitizens on voter rolls.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an election integrity group, filed a complaint on Thursday against the Office of the Harris County Voter Registrar in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas for its refusal to disclose documents or allow the inspection of its voter rolls in relation to registrants who were removed after it was discovered that they were noncitizens.
“The Foundation seeks a declaration that all of Defendant’s records related to list maintenance, including but not limited to those explicitly requested by the Foundation, are subject to public inspection without encumbrance by any state public disclosure laws and must be preserved for such inspection purposes,” the complaint reads. “The Foundation seeks an injunction to compel Defendant Bennett to comply with Subsection 20507(i) through an order commanding her to permit inspection and duplication of all records concerning the maintenance of registration lists.”

http://freebeacon.com/politics/texas-county-hit-lawsuit-concealing-records-noncitizens-registered-vote/

 

 

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