Allegations of illegal votes being cast are front and center of a lawsuit filed by a Harris County constable chief deputy against two candidates who made the runoff in a tightly contested Democratic primary election for the Precinct 3 Constable’s position.  

Jasen Rabalais, who is the chief deputy over community services and the Harris County Joint Task Force for Constable Precinct 3, filed the lawsuit against Michel Pappillion and Sherman Eagleton, saying that a campaign worker for Pappillion “deliberately falsified, illegally completed or unlawfully influenced the ballots and early voting applications of elderly residents in Harris County.” It is Rabalais’ hope to prove that this was a calculated move that altered the election’s outcome. 

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