Chile Flag

October 13, 2010 by staff 

Chile Flag, Voting by mail in Atascosa County, Texas, there was an error made recently quite remarkable. A voter named Troy Knudson was the first person to notice an error made by the County on the ballot.

Instead of what was supposed to be the flag of Texas, was a flag of Chile. The Chilean flag and the flag of Texas do not look much alike, but one would think that county employees should at least know what the state flag looks like.

Atascosa County is a small county in Texas that was founded in 1856. Currently, the population throughout the county is close to 40,000.

As you can see by the pictures below, the Texas flag differ from the flag of Chile. In the Texas version, the blue on the left side cuts off the red stripe on the bottom. In the Chilean version, the red stripe goes throughout the entire lower part of the flag.

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