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List of 95,000 Potential Non-Citizen Voters 'May Have Been Overstated,' Texas Secretary of State Tells Counties

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List of 95,000 Potential Non-Citizen Voters 'May Have Been Overstated,' Texas Secretary of State Tells Counties
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List of 95,000 Potential Non-Citizen Voters 'May Have Been Overstated,' Texas Secretary of State Tells Counties
Published 59 minutes ago | Updated 35 minutes ago
95K Non-Citizen Voters 'May Have Been Overstated': TX SoSFrank Heinz
Texas State Capitol building, September 2018.
WHAT TO KNOW
Texas AG's office releases list of 95,000 names they say are non-citizens registered to vote in Texas; claims 58,000 voted in Texas races.
Critics say methodology is flawed, doesn’t account for people who have become naturalized citizens since 1996, when data first collected.
On Tuesday, Texas Secretary of State begins calling county offices saying the list "may have been overstated."
A list of 95,000 potential non-citizen voters dating back more than two decades 'may have been overstated,' according to a report from the Dallas Morning News.

The News reported the Texas secretary of state asked at least four county elections offices to not yet take any action demanding proof of citizenship from those on the list because the data may be flawed and that some people on the list may indeed be citizens.

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Dallas County Elections Administrator Toni Pippins-Poole said Tuesday that state officials told her they discovered that some voters on the list had previously provided proof of citizenship.

Near Austin, Williamson County Election Administrator Chris Davis said the state also called him and that there is a "significant" number of voters whose citizenship is no longer in question.

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President Donald Trump seized on the Texas numbers over the weekend to renew his unsubstantiated claims of rampant voter fraud and saying that it was an even bigger problem in California that must be stopped.

A spokesman for the Texas secretary of state's office didn't immediately return messages to the Associated Press or NBC 5.

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Since Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's office released the numbers last Friday, county election offices have been working to verify the citizenship status of registered voters at the request of the secretary of state. Of those 95,000 alleged non-citizens registered to vote, Paxton’s office said 58,000 of them voted in state elections.

The Tarrant County Elections Office said they received a list with more than 5,800 names; Collin County elections officials said their list contained about 4,700 names. Elections officials in Dallas and Denton counties have not yet confirmed how many names were on their list.

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The Secretary of State’s office said the registered voters it flagged provided Texas DPS with documentation that showed they were not a citizen when they got their driver’s licenses or ID card.

A coalition of Civil Rights groups said that the methodology is flawed, because it doesn’t account for people who have become naturalized citizens at any point after that.

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