Remember last November's bogus flier brouhaha?
Five months later, local officials still don't know who was behind it or who even was the target.
A local political firestorm erupted on November 5 when a flier with the wrong Election date was found in the predominantly Hispanic neighborhoods of Rosemont and Worth Heights in south Fort Worth.
Assistant District Attorney Anne Diamond said Friday that county investigators found no suspects and have only identified one or two people who can say they received the flier.
The bogus flier urged voters in English and Spanish to vote Nov. 10. Election Day was Nov. 6. It specifically mentioned the state’s constitutional amendments and the Fort Worth City Council race.
Many assumed the flier was an attempt to lower Hispanic turnout. Others went further and guessed it was distributed specifically to hurt Fort Worth school trustee Juan Rangel's chances of winning the City Council race, as he was expected to do well among Hispanics.
Rangel came in second to Joel Burns. The two competed in a runoff in December which Burns won.
Click here to see the flier.