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Tarrant County conservatives push questions about Texas election integrity

After “seeking God’s guidance,” the group has engaged in yearlong campaign chasing evidence, lobbying government, and harassing an election official, with little to show for it.

By Natalia Contreras, Votebeat and The Texas Tribune
Elections Administrator Heider Garcia goes through boxes of ballots from the 2020 GOP primary elections that will be recounted by an election integrity group at the Tarrant County Elections Administration building in Fort Worth, TX on July 22, 2022. Ballots become public records after 22 months, granting this group access to review the votes from this election, and eventually, the general.

Mobilizing on the ground

A fruitless effort with the secretary of state

“It is personal. I’m fed up.”

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