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Texas Voting Rights

Texas AG Ken Paxton says his office hasn't launched criminal investigations of voters flagged for citizenship review

Some lawmakers had fretted that sending the preliminary, faulty list to the state's top prosecutor would intimidate voters.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks to gun owners at the Republican Party of Texas convention in San Antonio on June 15, 2018.

Texas Voting Rights

Whether it’s a botched voter citizenship review, legal battles over how the state draws its political maps, or the efforts to remove barriers to casting ballots, voting rights issues are the source of constant debate in Texas. Read The Texas Tribune’s comprehensive coverage of voting rights issues and tell us if you’ve encountered problems while trying to vote in Texas.

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