Accused Illegal Voter Was “Confused” Says Attorney

L.P. Phillips, CBS DFW, November 10, 2015

The Tarrant County District Attorney and the Texas Attorney General say the indictment of a Grand Prairie woman proves there are non-citizens voting in U-S elections. {snip}

The attorney for Rosa Ortega says she has legally been in the country for more than a dozen years.

Rosa Ortega

Rosa Ortega

Domingo Garcia says when Ortega had a child she applied for assistance under the Women Infants and Children program. That’s when Garcia says she was handed a voter registration form and told to fill it out. Garcia says Ortega was confused by it all and if she had known better, she would never have voted.

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A news release from the Tarrant County District Attorney says the indictment proves there is voter fraud in Texas. {snip}

A Tarrant County Grand Jury accuses Ortega of casting ballots in the November 6, 2012 election and the May 27, 2014 primary election.

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