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Another Election Contest Filed in Texas...Yes Another One
January 10, 2020 - Unprecedented numbers of election lawsuits in Texas are being filed that allege mistakes, illegalities, and potential fraud committed by Texas election officials . These election cases are non-partisan, civil lawsuits filed by voters:

  • May 2019 - A civil mandamus lawsuit filed in Dallas requesting a district judge to direct multiple Dallas County Election officials to follow election tabulation security laws - case is pending.

  • June 2019 - An election contest filed in Dallas challenging the results of a $1.1 Billion bond election because of so many ballot discrepancies, illegalities in central counting, and computerized tabulation audit log errors - case is pending.

  • December 2019 - An election contest filed in Midland because a $569 Million school bond recount showed over 800 ballots were missing plus other computerized ballot tabulation issues - case is pending.

Add One More Election Contest To the List
Contest Challenging A City's Charter Amendment Election
Fredericksburg, Texas - Recall the August 2019 peer reviewed epidemiological study published in the Journal of American Pediatrics which showed fluoride exposure during pregnancy was associated with lower IQ scores in children aged 3 to 4 years.

On the heels of that study , in November 2019, a charter amendment was put to the voters in Fredericksburg, Texas to stop the practice of artificially spiking the water supply with synthetic fluoride chemicals.
Official results of the election showed that supposedly over 60% of voters wanted to keep the chemicals flowing. Many in Fredericksburg didn't believe the results and signed a petition for a manual recount. After questions arose about the legality of the electronic tabulations and the manual recount, voters subsequently filed suit contesting the official recount results.

Two voters, Jeannette Hormuth (Treasurer of the PAC that supported stopping the practice of fluoridation), and Jerry Farley (an election judge) filed an election contest on De. 31st. Their 18 page lawsuit (with over 900 pages of affidavits and ballot evidence) alleges :

  • Illegal votes were counted,
  • Legal votes were not counted,
  • Election officials made mistakes and potentially committed illegalities and fraud,
  • Official watchers were obstructed at central counting,
  • Official watchers were obstructed at the recount,
  • Constitutional rights to free speech were violated because county and city restricted electioneering on the fluoridation election issues.
True Texas Elections provided central counting station watcher training, recount watching expertise, statistical data evaluations, and analysis of computer tabulation audit logs for the legal team challenging the results.

The bottom line is that county officials appear to have violated numerous mandatory constitutional and election code laws that are crucial in ensuring the security and chain of custody of ballots and transparency of computerized tabulations.

Who will ensure Texas' elections are legal,
accurate and reliable...We the VOTERS!
If you would like to support honest charter amendment elections, see below how you can help.

Checks can be mailed to attorney handling the contest

Borgelt Law
614 S. Capital of Texas Highway
Austin, Texas 78746

Dr. Pressley, the founder of True Texas Elections, LLC, prevailed in an historic election integrity case in the Texas Supreme Court with evidence of electronic vote tabulation corruption.

Dr. Pressley holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Texas at Austin and hold 4 U.S. patents on semiconductor device technology. Over the last 4 years, she has given more than 400 presentations all over Texas on how we can ensure honest and legal elections in the digital age. 

Contact us if you are interested in having Dr. Pressley present to your group.