BREAKING: Texas to Rescind List of Possible Noncitizen Voters After Several Legal Challenges and Claims of Error

Texas will rescind its list of possible noncitizen voters, ending the review that sought to identify how many possible noncitizen voters were on voter rolls.

The announcement came Friday as part of an agreement to settle three legal challenges brought by more than a dozen naturalized citizens and voting rights groups against the state. Texas Secretary of State David Whitley, who has yet to be confirmed by the Texas Senate amid the fallout, agreed to scrap the lists of registered voters his office had sent to county voter registrars for examination.

The agreement must still be approved by the federal judge overseeing the case before it comes into effect.

Source: Texas rescinding list of possible noncitizen voters, ending botched review | The Texas Tribune

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