The Texas secretary of state has apologized for misleading reports that said tens of thousands of people in the state had voted illegally.
David Whitley's apology comes nearly a month after his office released a report that suggested 58,000 non-US citizens may have voted illegally in past Texas elections.
Republican lawmakers, including President Donald Trump, seized on the figures, claiming they proved rampant voter fraud.
David Whitley, the Texas secretary of state, apologized for a...
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