Wednesday, the Republican Party of Texas announced further confirmation of Planned Parenthood Texas Votes attempting to register deceased voters, with Democrat gubernatorial challenger Robert “Beto” O’Rourke now attempting the same scheme.

Last week, the Texas GOP announced they had received “numerous” reports of Planned Parenthood attempting to register deceased voters.

Now, they have found that Planned Parenthood is not only mailing voter registration applications to deceased individuals (the average date of death is over nine years ago), but they have also failed to include the political advertisement disclaimer required by the Texas Ethics Code.

Additionally, the RPT received confirmation that “O’Rourke’s campaign has also been sending pre-filled registration applications to deceased individuals,” with the average date of death more than 13 years ago.


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