A mailer that went out before the Nov. 5 election didn’t tell people how to vote. It just urged them to cast a ballot — and then provided detailed information on whether the recipient and several neighbors, listed by name, had voted in recent Republican primaries.
“Your neighbors are voting. ARE YOU? See reverse for your neighborhood’s recent voting record,” read the flier, sent to voters in northern Travis County’s state House District 50.
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