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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton ENDORSES An Audit In Texas


Is Texas next?

Reports and rumors have been flying around of a potential audit in Texas. This is of course fueled by the number of audits, and calls to audit we see nationwide.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton recently threw some weight behind the initiative to audit Texas.

It remains to be seen whether or not an audit will actually happen in Texas, but calls to audit Texas are definitely growing amid concerns of widespread fraud.

Texas AG Paxton has been pretty outspoken on election fraud:

His statements were covered in The Epoch Times:

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he endorses an audit of the state’s 2020 election results, coming days after a state representative introduced a bill that would carry out an election review of Texas’s 13 most populous counties.

“I don’t know why we wouldn’t want to give people confidence in our elections, and give them the chance to know for sure that they’ve had an audit, and things are good or they’re bad,” Paxton told talk radio host Chad Hasty in an interview this week. “And it gives us an opportunity to figure out how we want to correct that.”

Rep. Steve Toth, a Republican, introduced the audit measure earlier this month, which would target counties with more than 415,000 population. Harris, Dallas, Bexar, Tarrant, Collin, Travis, Denton, Hidalgo, Fort Bend, El Paso, Williamson, Montgomery, and Cameron counties would be included in the review.

The Hill had some more details:

Attorney General Ken Paxton’s (R) office says it is in the process of prosecuting 43 individuals for a combined 510 cases of alleged voter or election fraud. Those cases are spread over multiple elections.

The calls for a forensic audit are unlikely to advance through a special session in Austin that is already consumed by the drama of a group of House Democrats who have escaped to Washington to prevent votes on an omnibus overhaul of state election law they say would hinder the right of minorities and low-income residents to vote.

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