The Big Conversation:
As early voting wraps up and Election Day approaches, new revelations about the state's attempted dead-voter purge have surfaced.
Errors plagued the state's recent purge, in which election officials repeatedly matched the names of many living Texans to those of dead people throughout the country, the Houston Chronicle's Lise Olsen reports today.
Demographic data also shows that Hispanics and blacks were more likely to be matched with dead voters.
The controversy started this fall when hundreds of voters, mostly in Harris and Travis County, began complaining that they'd received letters asking them to ...