by Ashley Lopez Julieta Garibay is one of almost 100,000 people on Texas’ voter rolls who state officials recently said might not be citizens. Like many people on the list, though, the Austin resident recently became a U.S. citizen and has the right to vote. “I know my rights, but it was like – wait, is this

Voter suppression is wrong

Gov. Greg Abbott owes Texans an apology by Erica Grieder Secretary of State David Whitley made a terrible mistake last week that might have potentially serious consequences. Whitley should probably resign after issuing an advisory on Jan. 25 flagging 95,000 of the state’s registered voters as potential noncitizens. At least 58,000 of those people have