Texas Attorney General Says 500 Election Fraud Cases Pending

(AbsoluteNews.com) – On June 25, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the arrest of a woman for voter fraud in the state. Police arrested Monica Mendez after a grand jury indicted her on multiple counts of election fraud. The next day, Paxton made it clear that she wasn’t the only one on prosecutors’ radar.

According to Paxton, his office plans to take more than 500 election fraud cases to court in the coming months. He went on to say “voter fraud is real” and the people of Texas “deserve to know their vote is legally and securely counted.” Governor Greg Abbott (R) congratulated Paxton on his hard work to root out voter fraud in the state. He said Texas will continue to make it “easy to vote but hard to cheat.”

Democrats have been trying to push the narrative that voter fraud is not a widespread problem in the country. However, 500 cases prove them wrong. This many fraud cases could have a significant impact on an election. In 2020, an Iowa congressional race was decided by just six votes. In 2017, a Utah mayoral race was so close the winner was named after a coin toss.

Even one case of voter fraud is too much.

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