Suspect in Illegal Voting Scheme Investigation Pleads Not Guilty
EDINBURG - Another person allegedly involved in a massive voter fraud investigation pleads not guilty.
Guadalupe Sanchez Garza is charged with illegal voting.
She entered a not guilty plea on Thursday.
She will be back in court for her pretrial hearing in January with the other 15 people.
The charge against her is tied to the 2017 city of Edinburg election.
She's accused of changing her address to the city and voting when she didn't live there.
22 people are facing charges in the case including mayor Richard Molina, his wife and the city secretary.
The Molinas are alleged to be behind the illegal voting scheme.
Both are set for trial in December.
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