Texas Is Cracking Down On Voter Fraud

October 8, 2018

As Attorney General of Texas, I’m fighting every day to protect the integrity of our electoral process and prosecute voter fraud.  Without confidence in our democratic process of self-governance, our public trust will gradually erode and become a serious threat to our way of life.  I want you to know that we are working tirelessly to protect that trust between the voters and the ballot box.  This week, my office will be requesting additional funding from the Texas Legislature for expanded voter fraud investigations and prosecutions because we need more resources and manpower to fully tackle this growing problem.

News headlines and media reports of illegal voting and the widespread practice of seeding and harvesting mail ballots, together with recent prosecutions and investigations … continue reading

Thank you for standing with me

August 4, 2015

First and foremost: Thank you.

I am honored and overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and encouragement that my family and I have received over the last few days. Know that I expect to be fully vindicated of these charges when the full facts of this case come to light, and I refuse to be distracted or deterred from my commitment to the people of Texas to fight for the Rule of Law. I assure you that my focus on serving Texas as Attorney General continues with greater resolve than ever before. To that end, I will of course direct all case-related questions to my legal counsel.

While yesterday’s news coverage may have come as a surprise to many of … continue reading

SCOTUS’ Flawed Ruling on Marriage

June 26, 2015

The Supreme Court just sent shockwaves through the nation with a flawed ruling on homosexual marriage. Know that my office will continue the urgent fight to protect your religious liberty. My full statement on the ruling is below…

Ken

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Attorney General Ken Paxton: Following High Court’s Flawed Ruling, Next Fight is Religious Liberty

AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today issued the following statement following the U.S. Supreme Court’s flawed ruling on states’ constitutional right to define marriage, stating the next fight … continue reading