Emmert Talks About Election Fraud on Inside Texas Politics

Wade Emmert was interviewed on WFAA Channel 8 political news program Inside Texas Politics to address the recent revelations of voter fraud in Dallas County.

Dallas County Elections Administrator Toni Pippins-Poole says the Texas legislature needs to strengthen the laws on mail-in ballots. All week WFAA-TV has explored and exposed the mail-in ballot issue. The station obtained secret recordings that suggested people are illegally paid in the elections office to provide information. Wade Emmert, a leading election law attorney with the Emmert Law Firm, discussed the mail-in ballot law and how susceptible the voting method is to fraud.

  • May 21, 2017

Emmert successful in effort to place woman on upcoming mayoral ballot 

Wade Emmert, Pena’s lawyer and a former Dallas County Republican Party chairman, said he was pleased with the court’s decision.

“I feel like the court made the right ruling, ”  Emmert said. “Any time that you try to keep someone off the ballot and disqualify qualified voters, I think that’s a problem.”

Source: Appeals court orders Irving officials to place woman on upcoming mayoral ballot  | Irving | Dallas News

  • March 6, 2017

Emmert Successfully Leads Legal Team in State House Election Recount

Wade Emmert lead the legal team for State Representative Rodney Anderson in a recount that would determine who would represent House District 105 in the 2017-2019 legislative session.

With a margin of only 64 votes on election night, there was little doubt that a recount would be hotly contested.

Anderson said he’s excited to continue his work at the Capitol next year.”I’m honored to represent one of the most diverse districts in the state of Texas,” Anderson said. “I’m one of the most accessible members of the Legislature, and I look forward to continuing that accessibility in the next session.”

Read more from the Dallas Morning News: State Rep. Rodney Anderson wins Dallas County district by a few dozen votes after recount

  • December 11, 2016