Harris County GOP Chairman Cindy Siegel released the following statement regarding the Texas Supreme Court’s ruling on provisional ballots in the November 8 Harris County election.
Following reports of election improprieties, the state’s top investigative agency will assist the district attorney’s office in a criminal investigation. The Texan Holly Hansen November 16, 2022 “Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg, a Democrat, has launched an investigation into possible criminal conduct in Harris County’s general election and has formally requested assistance from the […]
Washington Post Molly Hennessey-Fiske November 16, 2022 “HOUSTON — By 3:30 p.m. on Election Day, Cody McCubbin was down to the last of 1,200 paper ballots at the polling place he was running in suburban Cypress, frantically contacting counterparts at other locations for more. ‘We were texting each other and saying, ‘Who’s running out of […]
To view the lawsuit filed by the Harris County GOP, click HERE.
We’ve received hundreds of reports from election workers and poll watchers regarding widespread problems by the County officials managing the November 8, 2022, Election. The incompetence of the Elections Administrator’s office has disenfranchised tens of thousands of voters and undermined the integrity of the election. Polling locations did not open on time. Machines failed or […]