Texas Audit in Four Counties Finds Over 11,000 Potential Non-Citizens Registered to Vote, Other Problems

Jan 1, 2022 | Vote Fraud

The Texas Secretary of State has released the first stage of a four-county audit of the 2020 general election. The problems in these four counties weren’t large enough by themselves to alter the outcome of any elections last year, but they raise concerns about whether some of these problems also occur across the state. These four counties accounted for 34% of the vote in the general election. For example, if the rate of non-citizens registered was proportional in the rest of the state, it implies that there would have been 34,175 non-citizens who were registered to vote.

they are large enough that they could make a difference when the winning margin might Here are the findings.

  • Statewide, a total of 11,737 potential non-U.S. citizens were identified as being registered to vote. Of these, 327 records were identified in Collin County, 1,385 were identified in Dallas County, 3,063 were identified in Harris County and 708 were identified in Tarrant County. While counties still have a significant number of pending investigations to complete, and have undertaken this list maintenance process to varying degrees, so far Dallas County has cancelled 1,193 potential non-U.S. citizen records, Tarrant County has cancelled one record, and Collin and Harris have not cancelled any potential non-U.S. citizen records. The final findings will be verified during Phase 2 of the full forensic audit.
  • In a review of each county’s partial manual count report required under Texas law, three of the four counties reported discrepancies between ballots counted electronically versus those counted by hand. The reported reasons for these discrepancies are included in the report and will be re-examined, investigated and verified during Phase 2 of the full forensic audit.
  • Statewide, a total of 509 potential cross-state duplicate votes were cast in the November 2020 General Election – meaning these individuals may have cast a ballot in both Texas and another state. Of those, 9 cast ballots in Collin County, 12 cast ballots in Dallas County, 27 cast ballots in Harris County, and 12 cast ballots in Tarrant County.
  • Statewide, a total of 67 potential votes cast in the name of deceased people are under investigation. Of those, 3 were cast in Collin County, 9 were cast in Dallas County, 4 were cast in Harris County and 1 was cast in Tarrant County.
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