People vote, and too often elect politicians who enact anti-gun and anti-hunting laws. When illegal voting tips the balance, it has lasting implications for gun owners, hunters, and everyone else.
Therefore, the importance of this case is evident. Further, this is just one xample of a fraudulent voter getting caught. The number of undetected fraudulent voters is unknown.
Sonia Leticia Solis, 54, was charged with voting multiple times in the 2012 primary runoff election in Cameron County, according to a press release from the FBI’s San Antonio Division.
An indictment alleges that Solis cast five votes by absentee ballot under the names of five different people.
If convicted, she faces a maximum five-year prison sentence and $10,000 fine.
Solis, who lived in Brownsville at the time of the July 31, 2012 primary, is expected to appear in federal court in Brownsville on Aug. 28, according to court personnel.
Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Gov. Rick Perry on August 2 issued the following statement on the most recent attack on Texas’ voting laws by the federal Department of Justice:
“The filing of endless litigation in an effort to obstruct the will of the people of Texas is what we have come to expect from Attorney General Eric Holder and President Obama. We will continue to defend the integrity of our elections against this administration’s blatant disregard for the 10th Amendment.”