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The demands for Carew’s ouster have grown so vigorous that critics have threatened political action against Massingill, the county judge, for his support of the elections administrator.
Like many elections officials in the state’s largest counties, including nearby Tarrant and Dallas, Carew uses the machines to randomly number ballots in accordance with guidance from the Texas secretary of state.
A 14-year veteran of county elections administration, Carew left a job in Aransas County on the Gulf Coast to be closer to her ailing parents, children and growing grandchildren in north Texas.
She has stopped short of claiming any wrongdoing in Carew’s handling of the 2020 election.
A five-person commission that hires and fires elections administrators in the county was split between Carew and another candidate, Zach Maxwell, who had previously served as chief of staff to Mike Lang.
Diana G. Carew is an economist and director of the Young American Prosperity Project at the Progressive Policy Institute.How Young People are Being Left Out of the Economic Recovery|Diana G. Carew|January 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fitzwilliam referred to Perrott, who reported strongly against Carew.
Carew managed to shut the gates, and his assailants, having suffered considerably, departed without doing any further harm.
Abel Carew questioned him about Kettie one day when they met on the common, asking whether he had seen her.
Ketira was already half-way along the path that led to the common: no doubt on her road to pay a visit to Abel Carew.
Abel Carew, never having had news of Ketira since her departure, went to them to make inquiries.