Latino Group Sues to Block Noncitizen Voter Cleanup in Texas

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) sued Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Secretary of State David Whitley to block an effort to remove reported non-U.S. citizens from the voter rolls.

On Friday, Breitbart News reported Paxton announced Whitley found approximately 95,000 individuals identified as noncitizens by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) were registered to vote and roughly 58,000 of those, 61 percent, voted in elections going back to 1996. Whitley issued an advisory to county voter registrars statewide indicating that, for the past year, his office worked closely with DPS to “evaluate information regarding persons identified to not be citizens of the United States.”

Continue reading at Breitbart Texas.

Video: California Pushes Bill to Teach Elementary Kids About Different Sexual Orientations

Pelosi Declines to Negotiate on Wall Money Even With Government Reopened