The Texas Attorney General has opened a "voter fraud" probe of mail-in ballots for primary elections in Tarrant County, a new report says. Texas has led the US in seeking voting restrictions, such as a voter ID law that courts have called discriminatory. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has begun an investigation into mail-in ballots from the state's primary elections, anonymous local officials told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Paxton's office would not "confirm or deny investigations" or comment further, nor would the Tarrant County Elections Administration comment on a possible investigation. However, local officials told the Star-Telegram that the investigation depends on one person who stood as a witness for five mail-in applications from the same nursing home or retirement center. That case was turned over to state investigators, the Star-Telegram reported. Looks like Democrats are simply trying to rig early voting mail in ballots in the 2016 election, as Texas is now the 2nd state in America in as little as two weeks to investigate voter fraud in America...After the state of Indiana found out 56 counties in the state were committing voter fraud in Democrat offices across the state. You can almost guarantee that since two states are now involved in voter fraud investigations, that the likeliness of this is now occurring in every state across America. The chances of what this voter fraud involves is likely ballots being placed under the names of people who have passed away, and Democrat voting offices handing these dead people voting information over to illegal immigrants and felons across America. America there is something going on with the early voting process with Democrats, but the good thing is leaders are finding out about it before early voting starts on October 24th.