Monday, 05 Dec 2022

Judge dismisses fraud case against Texas man who waited seven hours to vote

Judge dismisses fraud case against Texas man who waited seven hours to vote


Judge dismisses fraud case against Texas man who waited seven hours to vote

Rogers had been on parole since 20 May 2004 following a 1995 prison conviction for burglary. His parole was scheduled to end on 13 June 2020, according to Houston Public Media.

Since Paxton assumed office in 2015, most of the people his office has prosecuted for voter fraud have been persons of color. The American Civil Liberties Union found that a minimum of 72% of these election fraud cases were against Black and Latino persons, according to the Houston Chronicle.

The ACLU analysis also found that at least 45% of these cases were against Black and Latino women.

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