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BREAKING NEW VIDEO: Battleground Texas Illegally Copying Voter Data

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Published on Feb 19, 2014

In one of our most recent videos a Battleground Texas volunteer talks about forging signatures on official voting documents (which is voter fraud) nonchalantly saying, "It happens all the time."

She's right it, it does. And Project Veritas has the proves it in this latest video.

Battleground Texas Field Organizer Jennifer Longoria was caught on camera multiple times making statements such as, "So every time we register someone to vote we keep their name and number."

Doing so however, is illegal. According to the Secretary of State, it is unlawful to transcribe, copy, or otherwise record a telephone number furnished on a voter registration application.

And if they can get Texans to vote, Longoria says, they can "change the elections pretty drastically."

The raw video can be found at http://Youtube.com/VeritasVisuals

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