Houston Elections Clerk, Isabel Longoria, resigns after trainwreck of an election last week.
Last week we reported on the trainwreck of an election in Houston. One reader shared the following comments from her experience during the election.
AOC-lite, Lina Hidalgo, appointed an Elections Administrator (rather than a duly elected Elections Clerk), Isabel Longoria, who, through incompetency and ( more likely) deliberate sabotage, has created chaos in Harris County primaries.
Here was our take on the election:
The Hill reported:
Harris County, Texas, Elections Administrator Isabel Longoria (D) resigned on Tuesday after multiple mishaps marred this month’s primary elections.
“Ultimately, the buck stops with me,” Longoria said, the Houston Chronicle reported. “Now, we have a real opportunity to have a hard but necessary conversation in order to solve the problems for future elections and further bolster elections administration.”
She will officially step down on July 1 after she was asked to resign by Republicans and Democratic County Judge Lina Hidalgo.
Issues with the March 1 primary included a lack of support form the elections office, malfunctioning machines and lack of supplies, according to the Chronicle.
Houston may have more of the same problems until far-left Lina Hidalgo resigns as well.
The Harris County GOP had the following presentation on the horrible election process in Houston and called for Longoria’s resignation or firing.