Entity: Hidalgo County - Texas

Investigations Update: Covid-19 Medical Supplies Lawsuit, Rio Grande Valley Outbreak, and Operation Legend

August 11, 2020
The latest in our investigations of the Trump administration's pandemic coordination with states, the deployment of federal agents to cities, and other issues.
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Texas Officials’ Communications with ‘Voter Fraud’ Activists

December 23, 2019
We launched our State Accountability Project in March with the goal of shedding light on voter suppression and election issues. Here's a look at what we've discovered so far.

Hidalgo, Texas, Records Regarding Infectious Diseases in Immigrant Detention Facilities

November 12, 2019
Records from Hidalgo County, Texas, of infectious diseases in detention facilities holding immigrants.

FOIA to Hidalgo County Seeking Infectious Disease Reports from Federal Immigrant Detention and Holding Facilities

October 22, 2019
FOIA request to Hidalgo County in Texas seeking records reflecting reports of notifiable infectious diseases made by, or otherwise regarding, federal immigrant detention and holding facilities.

Hidalgo County Elections Department Records Relating to Voter Roll Maintenance Directives

July 1, 2019
Records from the Hidalgo County Elections Department in Texas regarding voter roll maintenance directives.

PIR to Hidalgo County, Texas, Seeking Voter Roll Maintenance Directives

June 7, 2019
Public information request to Hidalgo County, Texas seeking communications regarding voter roll maintenance.

No Records Response from Hidalgo County, Texas Regarding Communications with Voter Fraud Activists

April 24, 2019
No records response from the Hidalgo County, Texas, Elections Department regarding communications with a list of groups advocating for tighter voting restrictions.

Public Information Request to Hidalgo County Seeking Communications with Voter Fraud Activists

April 23, 2019
Public Information Request to Hidalgo County Elections Administrator seeking communications with public figures and activists, such as former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who have prominently claimed that voter fraud is widespread and advocated for restrictions on voting.