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Texas Voting Rights

The AG's office told lawmakers it isn’t investigating voters on Texas’ citizenship review list. It told a local official the opposite.

A Paxton deputy told a Guadalupe County official Feb. 1 that the attorney general's office "has pending criminal investigations related to these issues."

Attorney General Ken Paxton walked across the Supreme Court plaza to hold a press conference in 2016.

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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