July 12, 2019 Austin, Texas
he largest community college district bond election ever attempted in Texas history, and the fourth largest bond overall, is being contested in a Dallas court. Analysis of the official results by election integrity advocacy groups show numerous tabulation discrepancies that are enough to
discredit the officially reported results.
Experts are sorting through a myriad of inconsistent election reports, computerized audit logs, conflicting tabulation numbers and sordid accounts of an environment rife with lawlessness, according to court documents.
The over 4,600 page election petition details that eyewitnesses, official Dallas County central counting station watchers, directly observed tabulation errors, illegalities and potential fraud.
The bond election was reported to have passed with 71.46% in favor. Yet, election contest court documents cite, "While the margin of victory appears large, when electronic vote tabulation manipulations, mistakes, errors or fraud occurs, the vote spread knows no bounds."
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