Thousands of dead voters still on the rolls in Harris County Texas
Many dead voters remain in the system in [[Harris County, Texas|Harris County, Texas, and some have voted posthumously in recent elections. 
Other instances of vote fraud in Texas
- "Ten people indicted in connection with the 2005 McAllen mayoral race." 
- "In 2007, a Mercedes citizen alleged that some of the vote-counters for the city’s municipal and school board races were steaming open mail-in ballots and changing votes."
- "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported in 2007 that elderly voters may have received improper help in completing their ballots for that year’s District 5 City Council race."
- "And from Duval County itself, mail-in ballots for the county’s 2006 primary outnumbered neighboring Karnes County 10 times. Using figures they compiled, the San Antonio Express-News found that of the 5,641 votes cast in that year’s primary, 2,864 were mailed in. That 5,641 figure represented 57 percent of the county’s population at the time; statewide voting for that year’s primary was 8 percent."