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A new lawsuit outlines several types of fraud allegedly committed during the Donna Independent School District November election.
Frankie de los Rios, the candidate who filed the suit, said the election results should be tossed out.
De los Rios lost the race for place 7 on the DISD board by just 15 votes. He demanded a recount.
De los Rios said people who didn't live in the district had voted in the election. Those allegations have grown greatly since then.
The lawsuit now alleges a laundry list of fraud.
In addition to non-residents voting in the election illegally, the lawsuit claims that campaign workers assisted voters in the voting booth. Those voters didn't ask for or need any help.
De los Rios' attorney said elderly voters are targeted for this kind of fraud.
"The campaign will have somebody that picks them up and drops them off at the polls. They have someone stationed at the polls who escorts the voter into the booth and instructs the voter to say they want assistance even though they don't need assistance,” Attorney Jerad Najvar said.
The lawsuit also alleges that many mail-in ballots should be tossed because voters received assistance when they didn't want it or need it. The suit also alleges that those who helped weren't eligible to do so.
The lawsuit also alleges that felons were allowed to vote.