Battleground Texas Fires Back at Critics

Updated, April 8, 2014:

Two special prosecutors have rejected public complaints that Battleground Texas violated election laws while registering voters in San Antonio  in 2013, the San Antonio Express-News reported April 7. The allegations stemmed from a video released by a conservative activist.

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Allegations that Battleground Texas broke the law during its voter registration activities are “entirely without foundation,” the Democratic group wrote in a letter to Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst on Tuesday. 

Dewhurst, citing a secretly recorded video of Battleground volunteers in Bexar County, had earlier called for a criminal investigation because of allegations that privacy laws ...

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