REPORT: Texas election judge resigns after she yelled at a confused voter
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A white election supervisor and judge has resigned after she was filmed throwing a voter out of Texas polling site because she was ‘confused’ about where to vote.
Lila Guzman was caught on camera yelling at a black woman at the Williamson County Annex in Round Rock, Texas on Friday, KVUE reported.
The article goes on to state the following:
Footage of the incident shows the official repeatedly telling the woman to leave after she was told she could not vote in that county.
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