Rio Grande Valley Indictments: Immigrants Bringing Cash For Votes To America
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Third World voting habits are not conductive to a representative republic.  However Democrats and immigrants are profiting off Mexican voting patterns.  The Rio Grande Valley is the only stronghold of the Democrat Party in Texas.  

The Valley is dominated by Democrats because that part of Texas is majority Hispanic and dominated by Mexican behavior patterns including poverty and corruption. And what little of the Democrat Party in Texas cannot survive except for vote buying in the Rio Grande Valley.  (h/t Election Law Center)

KRGV December 31, 2013

3 Charged In Federal Voter Fraud Case

McALLEN - Three Rio Grande Valley women are facing federal charges after they allegedly coerced voters during the 2012 primary and general elections.

Federal agents said the women, known as politiqueras, altered the vote count.

The FBI defines a politiquera as "a person who works for a candidate to encourage people to vote, to bring voters to the polls, to ensure that voters elect the appropriate candidate and to pay for their votes."

Diana Castaneda, Guadalupe Escamilla and Rebecca Gonzalez are accused of paying for votes while working for candidates in Donna.

Federal prosecutors claim Castaneda traded cash, food and rides to drug houses for votes. Escamilla is accused of giving money, food and cigarettes in exchange for votes. Gonzalez is accused of paying $5 to $10 per vote.

The federal indictments against the women say they worked for votes in Hidalgo County.

The problem, though, is Valley-wide, a CHANNEL 5 NEWS investigation revealed.
Mary Helen Flores said illegal votes sway elections. Flores runs a citizens' group against voter abuse. She started the group after the results of a race flipped on mail-in ballots.

Poverty and corruption are the purposes of the Democrat support for legal and illegal immigration as it benefits directly from both.

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