ACRU v. Election Administrator Starr County, Texas

PILF filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Election Administrator in Starr County, Texas for failure to make a reasonable effort to keep the county’s voter rolls maintained and for failure to provide records related to voter roll maintenance and possible non-citizen voters, as required by federal law.

United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (Case Number 7:16-CV-103)

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