There’s No Easy Way For Texas To Vet Its List Of Alleged Noncitizen Voters. Just Ask Florida.

Unlike many states, Texas’ voter registration process requires that everything be done on paper. So, Travis County officials have to scan handwritten documents and then later try to decipher them.

By Ashley LopezFebruary 15, 2019 9:30 am, , ,

From KUT:

It’s been nearly two weeks since Texas officials released a list of 95,000 people on the state’s voter rolls who they suspect might not be citizens. Since then, election officials in Travis County have been vetting the state’s list. The process has been tedious and complicated – and there’s no telling when it will end.

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