This is an appeal of an election contest for the office of County Attorney of Willacy County. Juan Angel Guerra, the Democratic Party nominee, sued appellee, a write-in candidate, contesting the canvass results of the November 3, 1992, general election which declared appellee the winner. Guerra alleged that appellee and his workers conspired to obtain votes and defraud the voters of Willacy County of their true choice for County Attorney by committing numerous violations of the Texas Election Code. Guerra requested that the trial court 1) order the ballot boxes opened, 2) order an inspection and recount of the ballots, and 3) upon recount, declare him the winner. Alternatively, he alleged that due to the illegalities, the true outcome was not determinable, and the trial court should order a new election. After a bench trial, the trial court denied Guerras contest and declared appellee the winner. Guerra appeals by seventeen points of error. We reverse and remand.