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Voter fraud charges dropped against Hervis Rogers, Houston man who waited hours to vote in 2020

Posted on AllSides October 21st, 2022
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Courtesy of ACLU of Texas

Voter fraud charges against Hervis Rogers, who garnered widespread attention for waiting hours in line to vote at a Houston polling location during the March 2020 presidential primary, have been dismissed.

Attorney General Ken Paxton ordered Rogers’ arrest in July 2021 on charges that he voted while on parole. Over a year later, after the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reiterated that the attorney general doesn’t have the ability to unilaterally prosecute election crimes, a district court judge has dropped the two counts of illegal voting against Rogers.

“I am thankful that justice has been done,” Rogers...

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https://www.texastribune.org/2022/10/21/texas-voter-fraud-case-ken-paxton-hervis-rogers/

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