A warning to Texas lawmakers as they debate anti-election fraud legislation in the Lone Star State. True the Vote's Catherine Engelbrecht says her rival lobbyist comes from out of state -- with a record.
She sent a letter to the Texas House Elections Committee to explain.
“They are being led by a woman named Amy Busefink,” Engelbrecht tells KTRH News. “And Amy Busefink is a convicted felon, convicted of voter fraud in Nevada, and she's now here in Texas leading a collective of organizations.”
Calls seeking comment from the former ACORN supervisor, now with Project Vote, were not returned.
Engelbrecht meantime, is pushing for a shorter early voting period believing the extra week is a waste of taxpayer dollars. She also wants cameras at polling sites so voters not only could monitor the length of lines, but also to keep a record in case any potential fraud occurred.
True the Vote also wants Texas to participate in interstate cross-references of voter rolls to correct duplicate registrations and purge rolls of the deceased.